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March 2012 Blog Posts (8)

Beauty of being youthzones beneficiary

To be a member of youthzones is one of the best steps i took because you get to experience life in a different perspective, let me tell you all about it!!!

I would like to thank Mr Blangwe for taking further steps to involve me in activities that youthzones engage themselves in. Last week i was at Mabopane (Pretoria) for the whole week and i had such a lovely time with helping the needy, having training sessions and even socializing with the players, as a captain of Arsenal Evaton…


Added by Tseko on March 30, 2012 at 9:24am — 3 Comments

Experience, the best Teacher

Evaton North YZ Leaders planned a trip to Durban after we heard that Doc and Simon together with ABI are going to have a CSI day in Umlazi. The trip was great from the beginning when Doc said he can take us to Durban with the car, even when things didn't seem to go well at first but our spirits were very high so nothing could touch us. We then met with Joey who is an awesome chick, free spirit and all. We really had a great time in the car singing songs (most of them made up lol) and talking…


Added by Ayanda Sacred on March 30, 2012 at 7:30am — 1 Comment


I am very proud to notify all Youthzones of the great achievement made by one of Mutare Youthzones members, Tichaona Mabvura, who is now turning out for Zimbabwe’s biggest, most supported and successful football club, DYNAMOS F.C. At only 19, Ticha has turned out to be a revelation at the club and has already been registered to play in the CAF Champions League!!! He also has earned 4 caps to both the national football Under 20s & Under 23s teams. Just a couple of months ago, he was…


Added by teramai makumbe on March 23, 2012 at 8:05am — 2 Comments

Interview: 10 Questions for Roelf Meyer

With Mr Roelf Meyer, founder of FSSA and Youthzones currently visiting Upington, and in particular Pabalello, took the chance to ask him 10 interesting questions:

YZ: Why did you start the Foundation for a Safe South Africa?

RM: I spent a long time wondering how I could contribute as a member of civil society, towards making a safe and stable South Africa, then I realised it’s not up to the…


Added by Schalk van Heerden on March 14, 2012 at 11:15pm — 6 Comments

Where Hope exists, Life is preserved

After a year of joining Youthzones, this weekend was an eye opening experience and a joy to my heart, I now  understand the essence and  the purpose of the organization. Seeing other Youthzones members doing what they love. I'm inspired to be a better person, not for me but for other people.

There welcome we received in Jane Furse was so amazing and genuine and the best thing is that it came from real people with real emotions. We were not celebrities but the respect we got…


Added by Ayanda Sacred on March 12, 2012 at 1:02pm — No Comments


This last weekend's experience will forever be remembered vividly by the Youthzones team and the lovely community of Jane Furse.


What was supposed to be a very long and tiresome 4 hour journey from Evaton North to Jane Furse, turned to be a very exciting trip filled with love, care and humour. You should have heard the singing, the jokes, important discussions and sharing of ideas to improve our work. Our loving broer & leader in the journey, Doc, would frequently ask if…


Added by teramai makumbe on March 12, 2012 at 11:04am — 1 Comment

Beauty of South Africa through networking

It is Tebogo & Lebogang the twin sister"s from Mamelodi in Pretoria. We were here for the youthzones exchange in Phuthaditjhaba. It was a nice experience,that any 1 could want 2 experience. Well we arrived on Tuesday during the day. Then we got a chance to go to the station called  QwaQwa radio F.M  100.3, we met the guy called Velli Moloi, He asked us what are we doing in Free State,then our respond to him was. We were there 4 youthzones exchange we were also for learning from him and…

Added by Tebogo Matlala on March 3, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments

Dreams becomes true in Kamaqhekeza

The youth and young kids and the community at large in Kamaqhekeza in East Nkomazi in Mpumalanga it was like dream becoming true during the dreamsfields launch and opening of the Kamaqhekeza stadium in Partnership with Youthzones. All the 22 schools in Eat Nkomazi each received full soccer kit, 15 pairs of soccer boots, bag, Youthzones coaching bag with cones, soccer balls, hurdles, jumping steps, whistle and coaching manual. Doc facilitated a successful football coaching clinic for seven days… Continue

Added by doctor mabila on March 2, 2012 at 8:49am — 1 Comment

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