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Doctor mabila's Blog – November 2010 Archive (6)

"We want to go and play"

I was deeply moved by the words of the New Editions FC Under 17, 15, and senior team when they said please dont buy food to eat rather pay us for transport so we can go and play a match on Saturday. I felt very embarassed and stupid after I thought it will be great get something to eat after a long day of soccer coaching clinic. I just started on reflecting on how easy is to project thoughts not thinking or consider what THEY need or think. How stupid is to think for others rather than coming… Continue

Added by doctor mabila on November 29, 2010 at 4:30am — 1 Comment

Pfizer and Suzzette van Rooyen

Thank you, Pfizer (on behalf of our friends on sites) for your assistance and friendship to the people in need in the likes of Siyabuswa, Jane Furse, Phuthaditjhaba, Nkomazi, Umzimkhulu the list goes on and on. Is rare case where a big company like you in your busy schedules take time consider and give attention to the deprived. We really appreciate what you are doing. The measure of impact in the benefiting communities is immeasurable. This is really an investment in the social sector to build… Continue

Added by doctor mabila on November 21, 2010 at 9:19pm — No Comments

Youthzones/Khulisa Training

Thank you to all the girls coming from different parts of the country from different cultures interacting and live with no differences. These are special girls and I am sure there are more of them out there. Thank you to Thabo who is great facilitator and a role model. Thank you to Khulisa. It was great experience learning from Khulisa and learning from the girls. Amazing experience. Thank you to Schalk,Kayla and Elmien

Added by doctor mabila on November 21, 2010 at 12:27am — 1 Comment

"Thank You Youthzone" says Somerset East

This is the message from Bayeni in Somerset East:
The time has come for the Grade 12 to make their mark. The year 2010 was clouded by happy and sad memories. We saw the World Cup lift up peaople's spirit and unity within the country, and continent as…
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Added by doctor mabila on November 3, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

Best qualification

Firstly, who am I to say which one is the best or the worst qualification in this life we are living? To my own life experience, I can say the following, the best qualification is to do the best (or bestest if the word exist) in the little I am entrusted with and lead by example so that when I talk or live with others, I can not be disqualified. To show character and get up when things went wrong in life, no matter… Continue

Added by doctor mabila on November 2, 2010 at 12:09pm — 1 Comment

People queeing for knowledge in Siyabuswa

I am (01/11/2010) here in Siyabuswa for three days already. I have never been so touch deeply by the interest and hunger of the people in the community for technology and to better their lives not to say they are bad or worst rather grow to what they want in their respective lives. This morning, in a space of about 2 hours, almost 30 unemployed youth, young boys and girls, mothers queeing to learn computer, some applying for university some applying for jobs. All of them queeing for one laptop.… Continue

Added by doctor mabila on November 1, 2010 at 1:33pm — 2 Comments

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