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first_imgThe Shasta Creations volleyball team, which includes several Red Bluff High School athletes, went into the Far Westerns Volleyball Tournament in Reno, Nevada ranked 26th and finished 5th in the tournament.The team beat No. 25 Legends 25-11, 25-13; No. 9 Bombers 23-25, 25-20, 15-5 and lost to No. 8 Endline 15-25, 23-25 to take over the 9th seed.On day two of the tournament, the Creations beat No. 4 Rise 15-25, 25-23, 15-10; No. 6 Sequoia 28-26, 26-24 and No. 15 LVBC 25-17, 25-19 to take over …last_img read more

first_imgMaps Maponyane is a well-known style icon, as well as an actor, MC, TV presenter and creative director. He also takes time off to Play his Part at the Ethembeni Children’s Home.The third episode of Brand South Africa’s Play Your Part television series, which airs on SABC 2 on Sunday 29 June at 9pm, will feature a some inspiring South Africans who Play their Part in the areas of youth development and empowerment.Those featured in this episode include Ndumiso Hadebe, Phuti Mahanyele, Maps Maponane, Bernard Viljoen and Cheryl Pillay.Ndumiso Hadebe is the winner of One Day Leader, a series on SABC 1 that engages and educates young South Africans on leadership skills.His prize included a Shanduka Black Umbrella three year mentorship programme to start a business, as well as some financial support for their community project. He speaks about his mentorship experience, and how it is shaping him as a young business leader.Hadebe has done a lot of work in assisting the community such as being a youth leader, councillor and mentor at Word of Life Baptist Church. He is furthermore involved in a youth organisation aimed at empowering young people through workshops and education.Phuti Mahanyele is the Chief Executive Officer of the Shanduka Group. She speaks more about Shanduka’s involvedment in the Adopt-a-School Foundation, as well as the Shanduka Black Umbrellas, a non-profit company involved in the support of emerging black businesses through enterprise development.Mahanyele also talks about Shanduka Black Umbrellas and its aims and objectives, as well as about Hadebe’s involvement in the mentorship programme.Maps Maponyane is a well-known style icon, as well as an actor, MC, TV presenter and creative director. From ad campaigns in glossy magazines to Mzansi’s small screens, he’s everywhere. In spite of a busy schedule, Maps still takes time off to Play his Part at the Ethembeni Children’s Home.Situated in Doornfontein, Johannesburg, is home for up to 60 children aged from birth to three years, all of whom have suffered emotional, physical or medical abuse or have been abandoned. Many are HIV positive.The Come Back Mission is a registered Non Profit Organisation created to bring holistic healing and transformation to marginalised people in Eldorado Park, to the south of Johannesburgphilanthropist, Bernard Viljoen is the founder of I Was Shot In Joburg, which provides a platform for youth at risk to learn skills and generate an income. The project is based on using images of Joburg city taken by children living in shelters to help them uplift themselves.Using disposable cameras, 15 intrepid amateur photographers and Joburg as an inviting canvas, Viljoen ventured into the unknown.Cheryl Pillay is the chairperson of the Come Back Mission (CBM), a registered Non Profit Organisation created to bring holistic healing and transformation to marginalised people in Eldorado Park, to the south of Johannesburg.CBM was initiated by concerned people driven by a strong passion and desire to create change and give hope to their community and the surrounding communities affected by: poverty, high school dropouts, alcohol & drug abuse, HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, teenage pregnancy, high unemployment and single parent households.last_img read more