The 24-hour Football Tournament has come to an end, but what an event it was! From midday Friday the 10th of February to midday on Saturday the 11th of February family, friends and crowds gathered at the Masakhane football field supporting and playing in the 24Hours of non-stop football.
Born in Makhado (Limpopo), Thilivhali is the third of six children. At school, he gravitated towards the natural sciences, Biology and Geography. The natural world fascinated him and sparked his dream of travelling, exploring and discovering.
Prudence started filling in as solely in relief positions for people that were on holiday. Recognizing her work ethic and dedication, she was made permanent member of the Grootbos housekeeping team in 2015. In June, she was selected for the 6-month Grootbos Foundation housekeeping training programme.
Learn to kick, to punch, to go to your limit to become a better and self-disciplined learner? This was the goal of the martial arts program “ŠAKA”, which was launched as a temporary pilot at the Football Foundation, at Gansbaai Primêr (Blompark).
My parents are Hein and Maudie. I am the oldest of 3 children. My father is employed in the local municipality and my mother is a seasonal worker at the local fish factory. They are trying their utmost best to give their children the best academic education. I’m in my second year of playing rugby. It is also my second year representing my province in ruby on a provincial level. My interest in ru
On Friday the 14th August our Gansbaai Premier Skills Trainers were visited by Premier Skills Assessors to monitor and evaluate their progress since being part of the Premier Skills Training that started in February 2014.
Excelling as a guide at five-star nature reserve Grootbos, passionate about plants and with big plans for the future, Anecke is a community success story and a remarkable advocate for Responsible Tourism.