Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Soweto Sport Time Out

The Soweto Sport Time Out is on track and the idea is to see if we are on the right track with sport and its benefit to society.

We will be answering the following questions

  • Are we developing the champions from Soweto

  • Can we produce competitors of national standard

  • Are we knowledgeable on the promotion of elite participants

  • What is the Importance of sporting organisation in Society.
We as Blitz will like to come out of this workshop with an understanding of the value of education in Soweto Sport, and introduce the concept of sport and community development through education education.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Women in focus

Invite by South African Football Association.
Aretha 'Wire' Tshabalala and Tshepiso Masenamela have been invited to a former women's national team seminar . The seminar was be held at the new Safa house offices on the 19th of November 2010.
The topic – how can the veterans help to sustains and revive the sport among women?
Wire's view:
”I'm glad that I'm have been invited. It was nice to meet with my former team mates. The structure was planned for the future of the girls football. This Safa plan will work well with Blitz plan for next year. The year of the women.”
Next meeting will be on the 16 Dec 2010.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

The next event for BLITZ will be on the 04 December 2010 Soweto Sport Time-Out a conference on the state of sport in Soweto.

On the other side the Gauteng Province has reshuffled its cabinet, Gauteng sport has a new MEC Member of Executive Counsel. Mr. Lebogang Maile, he is young and we hope his energy will bring change Congratulations MEC

Monday, November 1, 2010

More kids from the schools

From the school program last week. It was fun for the leaders and kids.
Blitz did it again.
Wire (Aretha Tshabalala) would like to thank all the leaders for taking care.
We had 60 kids and five leaders.
Wire, Thabiso, Tumi, Tshepiso and Tshepo.