Mpumalanga Province hosted a successful cycling tour which sees hundreds of cyclers from all over the country. Finals and prize giving will be held in White River on Saturday.
Young and old runners competed against each other on the 14 km race from Mkhuhlu town to Mthunzi Lodge.
Kanyamazane Stadium was full of activities over the past weekend. The day began with the God’s Chosen School tournament prize giving which was then followed by ABC Motsepe league games. The game ended with two goals to zero in favour of Mlambo Royal Cubs against God’s Chosen FC.
Mpumalanga schools qualified for the Spur Schools MTB League National Finals recently hosted at Bekker School in Magaliesburg.
The 2015 Youth Camp motto was Learn, Lead and Serve. The camp was illustrated with indoors and outdoors activities including various tasks and activities. The participant also cleans Matibiti A and B location, Matibiti Home Based Care, and the District Hospital.
Tingwenyama have never beaten a Limpopo based team and would certainly be looking to break this record. They will meet Leopards at the Thohoyando Stadium next Saturday, October 17.
Team Mpumalanga clinched three bronze medals during the National Annual Indigenous Games last weekend at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Limpopo province.
The ABC Motsepe League campaigners, Barberton City Stars FC were crowned champions of a one-day soccer tournament, dubbed Sport Against Crime.
Khalambashi Mill Center Stadium was a center of attraction at Salubinza as it hosted the Sports Against Crime Soccer Tournament .
WH de Clerk Special School in Malahleni was the center of a recreational sport that plays a crucial role in promoting national unity and social cohesion, the Indigenous Games Festival.
Local club shine on national level competitions.