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PS4L INSTILS MADIBA VALUES IN SCHOOLCHILDREN AT 100th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

PS4L INSTILS MADIBA VALUES IN SCHOOLCHILDREN AT 100th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Play Sport4Life has played a key role in instilling the values of Nelson Mandela to hundreds of schoolchildren who attended Madiba’s 100th birthday celebrations at The Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town this past weekend. Schoolchildren from Mfuleni Primary, Dalweide Primary, Mbkweni Primary, Usibaloluntu,

KENFAC’S SOCCER OLDIES PLAY THEIR OWN ‘WORLD CUP’ GAME EVERY WEEKEND

They may be well past their prime, but there’s no stopping the Kensington-Factreton Soccer Legends when they don their boots and shin pads weekends to play the game of their lives. There isn’t a player under 55 years, and the oldest is in his 70s. But that doesn’t stop them playing with vim and vigour

PS4L TO LAUNCH MULTI-CODE SPORT FESTIVAL TO PROMOTE GIRLS’ INCLUSION

Play Sport4Life is about to launch its latest community initiative, the Girls’ Multi-Code Sport Festival, to generate greater participation of girls and women in sport. Carolyn Inglis, the Project Manager for Play Sport4Life, said the festival would be an opportunity for everybody involved with playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness

PLAY SPORT4LIFE, MAGIC FC COMBINE TO FIND FUTURE BAFANA WORLD CUP STARS

Former Bafana Bafana star and now Magic FC coach, George Dearnaley, has taken the bold step of partnering the club with the community-based Play Sport4Life organisation to help develop young talent for future World Cups. The two organisations launched the exciting Football Magic Program last week with a well-attended Kwanzaa Youth Day Football Festival at

PS4L PITCHES IN TO BOOST UPTAKE OF BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL IN UGANDA

Play Sport4Life and Maitland Giant’s coach, Connor Walsh, flew to Uganda last Thursday to help spread knowledge and love for the game of baseball and softball. Baseball is a developing sport in Uganda. It has been played for about 30 years in the East African country as against the more than 100 years in South

PLAY SPORT4LIFE HOLIDAY PROGRAM PROVES EXCITEMENT-PLUS FOR SCHOOLKIDS

About 500 schoolchildren in the Factreton area had the time of their lives over Easter holiday period when they participated in the Play Sport4Life activity program. For four days, PS4L, a not-for-profit community organisation working in the area, put the schoolchildren children through their paces in a variety of sports codes to either develop their

GOLD MEDAL FOR WP DISABLED SOCCER TEAM, 7 IN SA SQUAD FOR SPAIN

The Western Province Disabled Football team that made it to the Disabled Games in Bloemfontein over Easter thanks to the generosity of public donations has repaid their supporters in spades – it has won the gold medal. Not only did they win gold, they went through unbeaten and now they have had seven of their

KENSINGTON’S KARATE KID

Brady Brown, age 14, is a first-degree black belt from the Kensington area. He has been training with Karate-Zen in Goodwood, since he was 7 years old. Karate-Zen was founded in 1982, by a group of dedicated Black Belt holders following the Okinawan Goju Ryu, style of karate. Brady has attended hundreds of tournaments with

DISABLED TEAM HITS FUND-RAISING TARGET

THEY’RE GOING TO DISABLED GAMES Cape Town’s disabled soccer team, through incredible public generosity, has reached its R50,000 fund-raising target and will travel to Bloemfontein to compete in the National Disabled Games over the Easter weekend. The excitement of the 13 players, most of whom have a physical disability and cerebral palsy, and their coach