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Win 1 of 10 Let’s Play hampers worth R350 each! Read full article
Orphans enjoy holiday camps
'Dare to Dream’ Children's Camps serve orphans from under-privileged communities. Orphans are the most vulnerable in any society. Many of South Africa's Orphans are affected by or infected with HIV/Aids. Read full article
Sporting chance calypso cricket festival
Cricket is topping the recreational agenda for over 3000 children from different communities, who will take part in the 21st annual Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival. Read full article
Kids enjoy BMX development clinic
Since its launch almost two years ago, the Toyota Cycle Park, located in Bryanston, in partnership with Let’s Play has helped boost the popularity of recreational bicycle riding among children. Read full article
Lets's Play Rugby in Nigeria
Let’s Play Rugby Activation with the National Sports Commission, the Lagos Ministry of Youth, Sport and Social Development & Nigeria Rugby Football Federation took place at Onikan Stadium in Lagos. Read full article
Cricket coaching clinic held in Ndwedwe
Let’s Play recently held a Cricket coaching clinic in partnership with SACDO(Sithuthukisa Amakhono Community Development Organisation in Ndwedwe, a village positioned on the outskirts of Durban. Read full article
Kids love the Fun Horse Show
Let’s Play teamed up with River Park Stables in Sandton on Sunday 4th Dec for their annual ‘Fun Horse Show’. Read full article
Sports Stars of the Month - November
Jayme-Sue Vermaas (13) from Oranje Primary Girls School is a multi-talented sports star. Read full article
Let’s Play hosts CHOC at panto
Let’s Play recently hosted 50 kids and their caregivers from CHOC, Cotlands and Ikageng Itereleng Home, at the most popular pantomime story of them all, CINDERELLA. Read full article
‘Health of the Nation 50 hour Sports Challenge’
The 50 hour sports challenge in association with Let’s Play, introduces kids to as many sports codes as possible over a 50 hour period. Read full article
Let’s Play Rugby in the Western Cape
As part of the Let’s Play Rugby initiative, players from Prosport International joined forces with Let’s Play and the JAG Foundation to raise awareness of the game of rugby into various communities... Read full article
Let’s Play Rugby in Alexandra
In partnership with KIA Motors and Active Education, Let’s Play continues to introduce the game of rugby to non-playing rugby schools. Read full article
Sports Stars of the Month - September
Chante Stanley (15) from Brebner High school was chosen as September’s SuperSport Let’s Play Sport Star of the month for Bloem Express. Read full article
Letter from Just Footprints Foundation
On behalf of the children that we serve I sincerely wish to thank you for Let's Play's support of the Just Footprints Foundation. Read full article
Let's Play joins 50-hour sports challenge
Over 3 000 schoolchildren from disadvantaged Western Cape communities will be doing more than keeping a ball in motion at the sixth annual Kellogg’s® Health of the Nation 50-Hour Sports Challenge. Read full article
Let’s Play Rugby at Loftus
On the eve of the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, the third Let’s Play Rugby coaching clinic in partnership with the Blue Bulls Rugby Union took place yesterday at Loftus Stadium in Pretoria. Read full article
Sports Stars of the Month - August
Anke Smit (13) from Gordons Bay who recently represented South Africa at the Commonwealth karate championships in Australia is the District’s Mail Let’s Play Sports Star of the Month for August. Read full article
The first Let’s Play activation in Nigeria
Let's Play Nigeria was officially launched on Sunday 21st Aug at the Campos Stadium, Lagos, in partnership with the Lagos State Football Association and the office of the Lagos State Commissioner. Read full article
Let’s Play Rugby in Mamelodi
The second Let’s Play Rugby coaching clinic in partnership with the Blue Bulls Rugby Union took place yesterday at the Stanza Bopape Sports Complex in Mamelodi East. Read full article
Sport for Development scores a goal at Senaoane
A healthy body, a healthy mind. This is one of the philosophies behind the Sports for Development programme, which in now in its fourth year at Senaoane Secondary School in Soweto. Read full article
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