The day care centre in Thusivillage, Wesselton got newly built classrooms and a play area.
The purpose of the gathering was to conclude the last module of training were the young people discovered who they are but most importantly how they can begin connecting with each other and explore ways and possibilities of supporting each with their community development ventures.
The youth participated in various indigenous games like Mraba Mraba and Skipping with local artists entertaining the crowd with musical and poetical performances.
The women of Working on Fire (WoF) have had a busy Women’s Month and fire season as they showed strength in putting out many fires in the Msukaligwa region.
The Ermelo Department of Correctional Services and VOC FM handed over groceries to the Makhotha family that is living in Enyibe as part of their 67 minutes on Mandela Day, 18 July.
After the auditions, nine finalists will receive a professional mentoring workshop to develop their productions for the Drama Festival in Msukaligwa taking place on 15 September, with the aim of exposing acting talent.
The residents, collectively named the Msukaligwa Emapulazini Forum, marched to the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform for assistance regarding the issue of land and basic service delivery on farms.
The movie, shot in Khayelihle and various sections in Wesselton, is set to be commissioned by a national television channel and will be on the small screens.
The event, hosted by the Department of Communications, was to encourage the youth to forge careers for themselves in the public and private sectors.
Chrissiesmeer Police hosted Youth Day celebrations at the Chrissiesmeer Community Hall on Saturday, 16 June.
Youth from Wesselton celebrated Youth Day gathering at the Christian Development Centre to discuss social ills affecting them.