Creating a better Mzansi through sport and development
This morning in Diepkloof Soweto, we had fun: playing football and chatting. The local guys were there as well as some visitors from the UK (Andy and his boys). Firstly, the British boys were not bad at football and I think they were nice. We quickly gave them nick names: Walcott, Eboue, Malankane/Yaya, Crouch, etc. They were cool. Not the rioting type, it seems :-) The experience overall was good.
Yet there were a few reality checks, that convinced me again poverty is not about money…Continue
Afternoon. I am abit emotional as i am writing this because..well i have been thinking alot i guess. I dont have alot of references on my c.v because i dont have a list of fancy companies that iv worked for. My experience refernce however tells a diferent story. Pity i cannot attach that to my c.v though hahahaha. I stumbled into teaching,yep!it is something that was the furthest thing from my mind because we all know the drill....teachers dont make money....the whole over worked and under…Continue
I was privileged to spend Women’s Day in Soweto.
No - I did not attend any women’s gatherings, listened to no speeches about how women should uplift themselves, or claim more power for themselves. I spend most of the day next to the football field, watching Diepkloof and Freedom…Continue
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