|Sibusisiwe Electrical Keeps Youth Busy|
|Written by Jerry Mhlongo|
|Wednesday, 26 August 2009 10:31|
KaMdladla - Sibusisiwe Electrical, in collaboration with former Ligwalagwala FM presenter Roy Steven Makwakwa, provided social games for youth at KaMdladla’s Red Bucks playground last Saturday.
Four soccer teams, two from Ngwenyeni and two from KaMdladla were competing up against each other. The two teams of KaMdladla were Red Buck and Golden Arrows, the two of Ngwenyeni were Eastern and Dynamos.
Finally, Eastern won the tournament by beating Dynamos 1 – 0 in the final match. Before the final the KaMdladla Masters and Ngwenyeni Masters (old players) played. KaMdladla Masters defeated the Ngwenyeni Masters by 2 – 1. Roy Steven played for KaMdladla Masters.
“These were Sibusisiwe Electrical Winter Games. The purpose of the games was to keep the youth busy in sports and entertainment,” said Makwakwa. The KaMdladla pansulas, Mbuzini Cultural Bottle drill (Drum Majorette team) and Sibhaca team (South African Cultural Dancers) also took part in the event. The Mbuzini Cultural Bottle Drill members amazed many people by dancing with bottles full of liquid in their heads. “Our aim is to encourage young people to participate in sports in order to stay away from earl pregnancy, doing drugs and many more bad things,” said the manager of Sibusisiwe Electrical, Sibusiso Sithole. Unfortunately, Sithole didn’t play for Ngwenyeni Masters.
“We are so thankful to Roy Makwakwa and Sibusiso Sithole. They kept our eyes busy for the whole day last Saturday. I hope the winter games will come again next year,” said Jabulani Nguyuza who also watched the games.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 27 August 2009 08:59|