Recreation

Introduction

Siyadlala Mass participation and Recreation Programmes aimed at the intervening in the identified social ills in the society, by encouraging transformation of lifestyle of communities towards health lifestyle, facilitating access to Sport and Recreation Facilities, as well as enhancing Service delivery.

Siyadlala and Recreation are relatively multi-coded sporting activities which Intend to facilitate participation in Sport and Recreation within disadvantaged communities which are highly in crime.

Hubs that are established in the communities help with easy accessibility and participation.

Siyadlala and recreation programmes seek to revive the fading physical recreation spirit and culture among the youth and other targeted publics.

Key Focus Areas

Crime, youth at risk, HIV/AIDS, teenage Pregnancy, unemployment, equity imbalances (women, disabled, rural and disadvantaged communities, access to infrastructure). Five codes were identified to be priority codes for 2011/2012 financial to run the leagues.

Leagues will run local level to the Provincial level.


The identified programmes in Recreation and Siyadlala are as follows:


SIYADLALA

RECREATION

Older Person Games

Junior Dipapadi/Toddlers in Action

Indigenous Games

Ball Games and Awareness Campaign

Big Walk

Recreation Rehabilitation

Youth Camp

Youth At risk

Ministerial Outreach

Play it safe

Recreation/Fitness

Holiday program

Sport for Social change / Youth month

Recreation Against crime

Service Point Tournament

16 days of Activism

 

Learn to Swim

Volleyball

Outdoor Adventure


Profiles

MEC
Hon. Ontlametse Mochware

HOD
Ms Nono Bapela


Provincial Call Centre

Mahika Mahikeng Music  & Cultural Festival

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