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October 2011 Blog Posts (10)


With this few years In this planet, what I have noticed with life is that it doesn't really matter much about  the direction you choose but what matters is how high you aim. What I mean is that if you want to pursue a certain career in life do it, even if people might discourage you; keep on working hard and aim high then you will  definitely get chance to live your dream.

Added by Theto Marutlulle on October 30, 2011 at 8:09am — No Comments

iDiski isemahleni on 29th October.

The Helderberg is at BLAZE over this coming weekend and there will be an Opening Ceremony of the Lwandle Soccer Turf. All is exciting as there will be a lot of ball game taking plac. On Saturday the 29th of October 2011, Ajax Cape Town vs Helderberg LFA u/19 @ 13:00 and Chippa FC vs Helderberg LFA Senior team, So to all who can, be there to be part of this historic event of its kind eKasi, the Helderberg is blazing hot on Saturday, watch… Continue

Added by Bobo A Sotiya on October 27, 2011 at 4:21pm — 1 Comment

Life is an oppotunity

Sometimes in life you have to trough rough patches in-order for you to realize that "Life is what you make of it. some of us had to go through mental and physical confinement to realize that the world owes you nothing but on the contrary, it offers you opportunities to better yourself." Keep on keepin on Y.zoners *wink*

Added by Ayanda Sacred on October 26, 2011 at 2:18pm — No Comments


There is nothing as interesting (using the word with caution) as working with people with big titles the lovely and courteous manner that they handle situations is quiet interesting......wooooosaa!!!!!!!!!!! PEACE n LOVE smiling with contained rage

Added by Masiphilile Dlamini on October 26, 2011 at 12:46pm — No Comments

Is there ever a Miss Right? (thinking out loud in the Helderberg)

Is there ever a Miss Right?

I usually have an answer for everything as long as it is not related to Financial Management 300 or my singleness. The latter being the hardest to spin. There’s no justification of being single nowadays. Whatever you say only generates more pity, smugness, concern and speculation. “Poor Boy, no one loves him. If only he had a good girl like me. Maybe he’s a psycho, clingy…


Added by Bobo A Sotiya on October 25, 2011 at 7:00pm — 2 Comments

Feedback from SE Matric Farewell

The weekend was indeed reserved for education and youth, especially Matrics. Matric Outreach Programme (MOP) delivered programmes beyond expectations.Cookhouse Matric Farewell

We kicked off the Friday (14th) with a Glamorous Cookhouse High Matric Farewell. The excitement and pride the community displayed as we convoyed through the streets of Bongweni to pick up the learners was touching and got me in tears. As for the learners, Wow! They were stunning and made sure they go all out for their… Continue

Added by doctor mabila on October 19, 2011 at 1:29pm — No Comments

Evaton North YZ

On the 15 of October the Evaton North YZ hosted a top4 tournament and each team affiliated with R300 it was a nice weekend for those team because everyone enjoyed the soccer skills and the good organizing of Richard we all appreciate your time brother. the result of the match first game it was Arsenal A v/s Celta Vico and Arsenal A won by penalties 4-2, second game it was Chelsea v/s Arsenal B and Arsenal B won by 1-0. so in the final Arsenal A won the first price of R1200 by beating Arsenal B… Continue

Added by SKENKI SIMON BLANGWE on October 17, 2011 at 9:19am — No Comments


On the 13th of October 2011 Simon and Richard went to Coca Cola Park for ABI words function with football freestyles from Evaton North. The function was about to give and appreciate the work of their employees. Youth zones freestyles attended to provide entertainment together with the well-known Bafana Bafana dancers and some professional sport players like captain fantastic Lucky Lekgwathi and Lucas Thwala from pirates and other from rugby. Having fun respecting and appreciating…


Added by SKENKI SIMON BLANGWE on October 14, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments


Sitting at KSA reflecting on the past week and last day or realising the importance of communication. Umlazi is in need of real assistance but our communication is proving to be a hinderance than an advantage..this needs to be on it...

I sat with Mondli yesterday at Smartxchange and I got to understand how teams in Umlazi are neglected they get very little assistance from the community, I'm talking about the spars/gas stations etc from the community. It is…


Added by Masiphilile Dlamini on October 11, 2011 at 12:54pm — No Comments

Chef in Dubai from Mabopane Informal settlement

I could not believe what I was hearing when I heard that one of my youth friend in Mabopane Youthzone site is going to Dubai for two years as a chef this weekend. This lad comes from humble beginnings and he is just like any boy in the community. What is stunning about Harold Mantshoane is that he hangs around with other boys and he is just like any normal boy in Mabopane. While I was coaching the teams yesterday I spoke about him and how possible is anything if you put your mind and heart…


Added by doctor mabila on October 5, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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