Byline: Kelebogile Masemola

10 June 2022

Southern African Youth Movement (SAYM) in collaboration with Kingdom Apostolic Church will commemorate the lives of youth who were drug abusers and street kids who got a helping hand by Kingdom Apostolic Church in repenting and becoming clean.

They are now members of the church and participating in positive programmes.

The event which will occur on 16 June 2022, will be in a form of Gospel Music Competition.

SAYM Marketing and Communications Manager, Tebogo Manganye said other church choirs have also been invited to be a part of the competition.

“We have invited other church choirs and SAYM will ensure that positive message of support is offered by SAYM Executive Director Mr Alfred Sigudhla.

SAYM will look into involving some of them into public programmes like EPWP and Skills Development Programmes for permanent life change in youth,” Manganye said.

On 18 June 2022, SAYM in partnership with City of Tshwane’s Department of Human Settlement, Department of Social Development and Municipality and Rama City Exco will be celebrating youth day in Soccer and Netball Top4 Tournament.

City of Tshwane Region Team, Rama City Team, Lesotho Team and SAYM Team will take part in top4 tournament in both Soccer and Netball.

Winners in Soccer will take home donated R10 000.

Winners in Netball will take home donated R7500 with medals and trophies. 

SAYM Ambassadors Israel Matseke Zulu and Fifi Cooper will be amongst the celebrities who will be entertaining people. 

“Later in the evening there will be a Gala Dinner where SAYM, Rama City and City of Tshwane will be elaborating on further programmes they will be working on including a Drug Rehabilitation Centre that is part of the plans.

MMC of Human Settlement and MMC of Social Development and Executive Mayor of Tshwane have been invited to the event including member of Parliament, Mr Kenny Motsamai,” he said.