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May 2011 Blog Posts (9)

Public drivers and Policemen in action

Judgement day as it was called (21 May 2011), a day which can be always remembered in South African football. Jane furse was not different ,the public drivers took on the policemen in a beautiful game of soccer at the new artificial ground. It was a warm afternoon in j-town when the drama of the beautiful game took its toll. People loved it and i couldn't agree more myself.

Added by Theto Marutlulle on May 22, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Caring for Growth

I like to think the youth of today, has the ability to contribute tremendously towards their development. As I go back in time and gaze upon the triumphant stories of people who made the best of what they had, whose spirit lives on to inspire us today, I believe that we too can still write our own triumphant stories. They are the heroes that we look up to as role models and legends, but they didn’t start out with celebrated victories. They too were just like me and you, starting out in life… Continue

Added by Bobo A Sotiya on May 22, 2011 at 2:38pm — 3 Comments


It was one of the expirence that i will never forget when we had visitors from sandton,to come and chill with us for a day as i learned that i am not so different from them as i expectet,the guys were down to earth with us and eve played soccer with us on a thorny and roky field,it was as if i was chilling with with my pals from siyabuswa,even though it got a bit acqued when we started with a life skill question session but i was impressed with the guys they know s.a & some of the problems… Continue

Added by michael maphanga on May 18, 2011 at 1:32pm — 1 Comment

Voting 18 May

I just voted. Luckily the queues were not too long and it went quick, but I was willing to stand there for 3 or 4 hours. 

Our country is a democracy and the most powerful thing we have is the ability for each citizen to make a cross. That is the foundation of everything. If a person does not vote they have no right to complain or to demand.

So, I want to provoke and say there are two groups of South Africans: those citizens who vote and are part of the process and those who do…


Added by Schalk van Heerden on May 18, 2011 at 11:12am — 1 Comment

Mindset partners with Youthzones

On 12 May at Oasis in Cosmo City a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Mindset and Youthzones. 

The purpose is to work together in providing academic support to high school learners. Mindset already contributes with a flatscreen TV, satelite dish and DVD's for all youthzones!

We are looking forward to a great relationship over the coming years, benefiting the youths at all our sites, and thus benefiting the development of our country.…


Added by Schalk van Heerden on May 16, 2011 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Real SA in action

I could not stop thinking about one of the most remarkable encounter in my life where the guys and girls from Sandton and successful (working for Convergence Partners) were mingling and having good times with the champs from Siyabuswa and Libangeni. They all played football in a bushy and thorny field, falling everywhere tackling each other, making jokes and the girls hanging out with the other girls and using open roof toilets and teaching each other computers. They shared KFC together.… Continue

Added by doctor mabila on May 14, 2011 at 5:19pm — No Comments

Arsenal Gap Year

Two Arsenal Gap Year community coaches were in Manica, Mozambique for four months volunteering. Adam Tarant and Drew Tyler spent their time coaching youth football, English, Life-Skills and Computer Literacy.

"Volunteering here was life-changing experience for me, I will definitely be back" said Adam.


After manica, they also visited and did coaching at Nkomazi with coach Zero and the Academy in Kamaqekeza. "Fantastic work, the kids are so teachable and play at a higher…


Added by Schalk van Heerden on May 11, 2011 at 8:10am — 1 Comment

the saturday of the easter weekend

On the 23rd of April a 5 a side tournament was hosted in Cosmo City Ext 6, by the island, where Islanders FC refine their skills and draw community members together to support “super diski”.

The aim of the tournament was firstly, to unify all people of Cosmo (Taxi drivers, Soccer teams, shop owners and Taverns by indulging in South Africa’s favourite pass time: playing/watching soccer. And secondly to fundraise for soccer boots, shin pads and other soccer…


Added by Sakhile on May 4, 2011 at 8:12pm — No Comments

Done it again

Rietvlei liverpool have done it again in a spar soccer tournament in harding t aking no1 worth R5000+trophy now ready to represent harding spar in regional spar tournament on the 30th of may where the winner wi represent our region on the provincial spar… Continue

Added by thozamile lugayeni on May 4, 2011 at 5:00am — 2 Comments

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