Creating a better Mzansi through sport and development

Kate Sekhaulela from Kanana Informal Settlement received training and started working as a chef
in Bidvest Protea Coin Gijima Training Academy in 2016. Kate is a great example of the
relationship between BPC (Labour Hub Programme) and Youthzones/Amaverkykers. “It is real
stories of real people like Kate Sekhaulela who gives hope, breaks stereotypes and reminds us
that if we share the resources and opportunities to the right well deserved people, our beautiful
nation has an optimistic future. Kate, who is coming from a rough neighborhood where many of
her peers fall victim to teenage pregnancies, through her passion of netball and leadership
managed to build her life up to be not only a great role model and community builder but
became an amazing happy ubuntu leader. As they say, small things count and the efforts which
one put will determine their future.” Doc Mabila

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