Sunday, June 23, 2013


drug abuse definition

The community of Mamelodi held an annual Sports Against Crime and Drug abuse soccer tournament on Monday. The event commenced with a march from Reneilwe Adult Centre to identified hotspots where addicts usually use drugs.

Joined by the police, CPF, pastors and traditional healers, they prayed at the hotspots while the traditional healers performed rituals to help the drug addicts overcome their addiction.
The Sports Against Drugs event was held at the Reneilwe sports ground

The drug addicts participated in the awareness campaign by playing soccer and other games with the community members 



Mamelodi Putco Bus donated electrical appliances and blankets to SOS on Thursday.
The donations were handed to an SOS house that Putco has adopted as part of their Corporate Social Investment within the community. They donated a washing machine, stove, blankets and some linen to the house.

According to the spokesman for Putco North Norma Maswaganye, this was part of their business plan to give back to the community under the Mamelodi Community Trust.  


empty promises

Hundreds of pupils took to the streets of Pretoria on Monday to demand that Basic Education Minister publish a quality minimum norms and Standards for school infrastructure. The peaceful march started at the City Hall and ended at the Department of Basic Education in the city Centre where equal education (EE) members handed over their memorandum.

According to the EE, they initiated legal action against the minister to force her to publish the Norms and Standard last year.

They accused the minister of failing to stick to her promise by not meeting the dead-line. The EE believed the country couldn’t achieve high quality education while some schools still faced challenges of overcrowding and lack of proper infrastructure

Addressing the gathering outside the department, EE General Secretary said they had had enough of the poor condition of their schools 

Saturday, June 22, 2013


You can start by a Little donation 
Members of the JabJabu 7 soccer challenges donated netball and soccer jerseys to Rephagogiel Secondary School in Pretoria. 

The tournament was held at Mamelodi West Central sports ground on 1 May the organiser Jabulani Hlalethoa said they had chosen the school as one of their beneficiaries of the tournament and today he was happy to donate the sports equipment.

The school is classified in the category of the poorest of the poor and the kit will be used proudly during the games and tournaments around Mamelodi and wherever else we are invited”  

Friday, June 21, 2013


presidential headquarters

The Union Buildings are located in Pretoria, known as the offices of the president of South Africa, The Buildings are one of the centres of political life in South Africa, It has become an iconic landmark of Pretoria and South Africa in general, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city and an emblem of democracy.

The design consisted of two identical wings, joined by a semicircular colonnade forming the backdrop of the amphitheatre. The colonnade was terminated on either side by a tower.

The lawn in front of the Union Buildings are often the location for public gatherings, whether they be protest or celebration, such as the presidential inauguration.

These buildings, built from light sandstone, were designed by the architect Sir Herbert Baker.  In the English monumental style and are 285 m long. They have a semi-circular shape, with the two wings at the sides, this serves to represent the union of a formerly divided people.

Thursday, June 20, 2013


Previous Five  Miss SA

Marilyn Ramos  2012
Miss South Africa 2012
Marilyn Ramos  was born on 16th of February 1991 she is South African beauty pageant titleholder  for  Miss South Africa 2012

Melinda Bam 2011

Melinda Bam was born on 14th May 1989 is a South African beauty pageant titleholder for Miss South African 2011

Bokang Montjane 2010

Bokang Montjane was born year 1986 is a South African beauty pageant titleholder for Miss South Africa 2010

Nicole Flint  2009

Nicole Flint was born 15 May 1988 is a South African beauty pageant title holder for Miss South Africa 2009 

Tatum Keshwar 2008

Tatum Keshwar  was born 14 December  1983 is a South African beauty pageant holder for Miss South Africa 2008

Miss South Africa is an annual beauty pageant in South Africa that began in 1956. The winner of the pageant represents her country at the Miss Universe and Miss World pageants.

Miss South Africa has always competed at Miss World. Prior to 1998, South Africa's representatives at Miss Universe qualified via other national pageants, but they were not the winners of the Miss South Africa pageant. 

Sunday, June 16, 2013


former president

Thabo Mbeki was born 18 June 1942 in South Africa. He is the former South African President
He was born and raised in Mbewuleni  Cape Province, Mbeki is one of four children of and Govan Mbeki
In December 1961, Mbeki was elected secretary of the African Students' Association. In the following year, he left South Africa on instructions of the ANC.

During his time in office the economy grew at an average rate of 4.5% per year. He attracted the bulk of Africa's Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and made South Africa the focal point of African growth. He was the architect of NEPAD whose aim is to develop an integrated socio-economic development framework for Africa.

Thabo Mbeki was the executive face of government in South Africa from 1994. Mbeki created employment in the middle sectors of the economy and oversaw a fast-growing black middle class with the implementation of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE). This growth exacerbated the demand for trained professionals strained by emigration due to violent crime, but failed to address unemployment amongst the unskilled bulk of the population. 


vise president

Kgalema Motlanthe  was born 19 July 1949 is a South African politician who served as President of South Africa between 25 September 2008 and 9 May 2009, following the resignation of Thabo Mbeki.

In the 1970s, while working for the Johannesburg City Council, he was recruited into Umkhonto we Sizwe. He formed part of a unit tasked with recruiting comrades for military training.

Motlanthe, who had maintained a low public profile, was elected to the presidency of South Africa by the South African National Assembly following the resignation of Mbeki, and was widely considered to be acting as a "caretaker president" on behalf of Zuma.  Zuma succeeded Motlanthe on 9 May 2009 in a presidential election held by the South African National Assembly, following the 2009 general election which had been won by the ANC.



Julius Malema is the former the ANC youth league president, was born on 3rd of march 1981 place of birth Seshego in South Africa. Malema went to Mohlakaneng High School in Seshego

Malema was elected a chairman of the Youth League branch in Seshego and the regional chairman in 1995. In 1997 he became the chairman of the Congress of South African Students (Cosas) for the Limpopo province, and was elected as the national president of that organisation in 2001
Malema was elected as the president of the ANC Youth League in April 2008

He was convicted of hate speech in March 2010 and again in September 2011.In November 2011 he was found guilty of sowing divisions within the ANC and, in conjunction with his two-year suspended sentence in May 2010, was suspended from the ANC for five years.

He called on South Africans to "stand up and be counted" and announced his intention to hold consultative forums and platforms across the country to discuss "what is to be done".

Who knows he could be our future president.