It is imperative for young people to join this type of academy and to refrain from using drugs or alcohol.
There are so many sporting events to stay glued to your television set or radio this weekend. Below is a look at some of the highlights of the sporting world.
There were explosive games in the Winnie Mandela’s Top 16 Soccer tournament played at the Winnie Mandela Zone 6 Sports Grounds.
Abafana Bes’thende secured their second Diski Challenge title when they beat the Buccaneers 2-0 to become the first team in history to win the challenge twice.
Smatsatsa FC emerges victorious in a top-four tournament.
According to Rise and Shine’s twitter account, Polokwane City defender Mogau Tshehla, who joined the club from Witbank Spurs (a team he has played for since 2012), was involved in a car accident.
George Mokela, who works for the SA Defence Force, showed why soldiers are held in such high regard when he resisted the ‘come from behind trot’ of Frans Molepo and Jack Khunou.
Eight football teams locked horns at the Winnie Mandela Zone 6 Sports Grounds.
Controversy in the English Premier League; Proteas get cricket lessons and Blitzbooke miss on gold .
Young man feels he has lived his dream but couldn’t get to professional soccer side.
A passionate Soweto lad has started a squash club in Tembisa.