Trio receives top accolades

2016-12-14 06:01
David Molorane (front), the founder and manager of Botshabelo Children’s Safety Centre and Community Development situated in Botshabelo C1 Section, with a delighted group of boys and girls cared for by the centre. Photos: Supplied

David Molorane (front), the founder and manager of Botshabelo Children’s Safety Centre and Community Development situated in Botshabelo C1 Section, with a delighted group of boys and girls cared for by the centre. Photos: Supplied

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The Botshabelo Children’s Safety Community Development Centre has recognised prospective future heroes by presenting recognition certificates at its annual year-end function. Recognition was for individual performance by the boys and girls who participated in the various activities from January until December. These include the sporting codes of soccer, netball and Tswana arts and culture, as well as achievement in studies. Those who excelled received gold, silver and bronze medals at the occasion held at Amohelang Intermediate School.

“We thought of presenting each with a certificate to motivate and thank them according to their performance. We believe by doing so, this would encourage them to continue showcasing their talent and improve and realise their dream.

We want to see them walk on the red carpet at big stages. However, it is not possible for them to achieve their dreams without support in sponsorship,” said Teboho Molorane, founding member and manager of the centre.

The trio of Naledi Pitso, Keamogetswe Chojane and Boitshepo Malokase received top individual accolades. Naledi received an award as the best goal scorer, captain, improved player in football and netball player of the year. Boitshepo received the top goal-scorer in football and improved player award, while Keamogetswe scooped the player of the year and best player.

Located in section C1 of Botshabelo’s town, the centre is a home for 48 children – 21 girls and 27 boys, from 3 to 17 years of age.

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