Matimatolo sports festival

2019-03-13 06:00

THE HoneyGuide Non-Profit Organisation, in partnership with the Matimatolo CPF Youth Desk and the Department of Social Development, is planning to host the Matimatolo Sports Festival at the Matimatolo Sports Fields on April 27.

The event aims to bridge the gap between previously disadvantaged people and to combat crime by involving the youth in sport. Soccer teams are encouraged to register in good time as there are limited places available. There will also be facilities to address health-related matters, career guidance and other youth-related matters.

Youngsters are encouraged to attend in their numbers as there will also be an official launch of the Matimatolo Youth Centre. The services that will be available for all young people will include helping with NSFAS, CAO and bursary applications. Interested soccer teams and athletes are invited to register with organiser Kheyosi Mdlalose at 076 041 8124 or Registration is free. — Supplied.


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