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The Summary of The teaching
On the 17th November
By Pastor Tshepo Pascal Mmamogopodi
Let me start by greeting Bishop Ubane, Moruti Mogolo Mogorosi, Moruti Rapoo and the Queen of the house, Mmamoruti.
I am not a preacher but a teacher. I will always make a reference to the Bible just to make sure to confirm what I am talking about.
Our topic today is centered around the topic” how would we know that these are the last days”?.
There is no one who can know that time. It is like a mother waiting for the birth of the child, she does not know exactly what time will she deliver, but she can feel that pains that the time is about to come.
In the last days there will be lot of confusions, criticisms and lot things which will make you unfocused on the purpose God has created you for. If you are focused on a particular thing, even if it can change the direction, you will not lose contact with it because your life is locked on it.
If your eyes are focused on Jesus Christ, The hope of Glory you will never lose a moment.
Tshepo Mamogopodi,is, from North West Province in Maile Village.
As a First born in a Christian Family his Father was a pastor.
He started teaching the word of God in 2016 after having a calling.
He started teaching at Paardekraal under Pastor Mogorosi.
He is now based at Kroondal congregation and Impala Platinum on Thursdays.
He was working at Extrata as a refrigeration mechanic, mine survey but felt his life is stuck.
He also started having problems with his businesses and God started communicating with
Him through dreams. Until now he is still at the mine and also a pastor.
Pastor Pascal Mamogopodi
Talking About “Your Purpose in Life”
Genesis 37:5 Joseph had a dream and when he went and told his brothers they hated him more.
When a person realizes his or her purpose in life at an early age nothing will distract him.
What God had inducted in a person nobody can take it away.
What we must learn is that If you lack knowledge about something, the Gospel of God teaches us that “Wisdom is the ability to see between the evil and the good and have the courage to act upon it.
We must learn that most things which God had given to us is passion and purpose, it is one and the same thing. They are not different.
You grow with passion because that particular thing you want it, not realizing that it is going to benefit other people.
At times when you start, you might think that it is only about you meanwhile it is about saving the community, now it will be converted to be purpose.
Living a very purposeful life is a life which is full of joy and abundance
ANC BOKONE BOPHIRIMA MEETS ALLIANCE ON NEW DEVELOPMENTS
The African National Congress (ANC) in Bokone Bophirima led by Provincial
Chairperson, Cde Supra Mahumapelo, on Tuesday met Alliance partners in
The ANC convened this urgent meeting to brief the Alliance on the ANC PGC
to be held on Sunday, 13 August 2017.
Alliance partners were represented by Provincial Chairpersons of both
Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and South African
Communist Party (SACP), while the South African National Civic
Organisation (Sanco) was represented by its Provincial Secretary.
The meeting was also used to take the Alliance partners on board regarding
the changes effected by the ANC in the Provincial Government Executive and
the Provincial Legislature.
The Alliance partners were grateful of the approach followed by the ANC in
closing the gaps of communication that occurred around this matter.
In the same vein, the Alliance partners emphasised the critical importance
of continuing to meet on a regular basis as part of strengthening our
ANC BOKONE BOPHIRIMA WELCOMES BACK 158 MEMBERS FROM EFF AND F4SD
The African National Congress (ANC) Provincial Executive Committee (PEC)
in Bokone Bophirima welcomes and appreciates the spirit of hard work shown
by comrades and PEC deployees in Bojanala Region, especially in Madibeng,
that resulted in a successful welcoming back of more than 150 members from
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and Forum 4 Service Delivery.
The ANC welcomed back 158 members from these two parties on Saturday 05
August 2017 at the Hebron Sports Ground. All these comrades are from ward
10, 15, 16, and 41 in Madibeng Sub region. Among these comrades are two
former EFF and Forum 4 Service Delivery candidate councillors from Ward
15, who stood in the 2016 Local Government Elections.
Among the main reasons these 158 cited for leaving EFF and F4SD is poor
leadership and lack of vision, lack of proper political planning,
infighting within the organisations and the non-existence of political
The ANC PEC in Bokone Bophirima welcomes all these new members back with
warm arms and hearts. They will all undergo all the necessary
organizational processes such as induction, attend political education
classes and participate in their respective branches as new members who
are disciplined according to the ANC’s rules.
Water and sanitation awareness campaigns
Using water sparingly should be inscribed in South African citizens DNA by now. The devastating drought left a bitter taste in the mouth of most farmers and many residents that saw animals dying, crops drying up and water becoming an issue in their everyday lives.
The realization that water is a scarce resource trickled in their thoughts slowly but surely. South Africa is a water scarce country and a steady supply of water is not a guarantee in any year. The result of the drought led to most provinces being declared disaster areas and resources being shifted to make sure that no human goes without this precious resource. Every individual had to realise that it is not only government that has to do something but that they also play a role in ensuring their survival.
The Department has come up with the awareness campaigns in order to afford the citizens of this country to understand the importance of water and best sanitation practices. The campaign aimed at educating and informing the community on the two fundamental aspects in our lives. The campaigns are executed in different ways depending on the audience to be visited. The adults will be gathered under one roof and the demonstrations, presentations and handing out of pamphlets will be done and the attendees would later ask questions. But for children and youth this is done in a form of drama then the questions are asked by department’s officials to the attendees in order to get if the message is received then the respondents will be given some promotional item as a token of appreciation and pamphlets to take home to refer to other issues that might be forgotten.
This exercise help the department a great deal and the communities enjoy it and they even request for second sessions in some cases, they will even provide some inputs on how to improve in future awareness campaign. If we all remember the meaningful engagement was a call made by the President of the Republic of South Africa to interact with the communities frequently in any aspect that affects them directly. DWS concur to the effect that direct communication with the communities bears fruits and gains them understanding on water and sanitation matters
White Monopoly Capital
Monopoly capital is an overwhelming n substantive control over the capital and on the issue of its colour its more about characterization of who, in fact, by colour or race has monopoly of capital in our own country. Definitive. We know what happened from era of Jan (van Riebeck) to era of Jacob ( Zuma), we know that between 1894 and 1994 how Whites arrogantly appropriated to themselves all of our wealth, land and resources ( according to Stellenbosch Emeritus Professor of Economics, Sampie Terreblanche), we know that 1948 Electoral victory of National Party ( NP) brought us apartheid - making colour to be a hallmark and benchmark for the prejudices n sufferings Blacks have suffered in this country. The 1949 Prohibition of Mixed Marriages Act (prohibiting whites, Indians, coloured n blacks mixed marriages), 1950 Population Registration Act (defining n distinguishing us on basis of colour as key character), 1950 Groups Areas Act (Dec Inc on which colour settling where), 1953, Bantu Education Act no. 47 of 1953 ( removing n separating Black child from White child classroom, denying Blacks to study Science). We know our own revolution as ANC as its formation was as a result of colonialism which its colour is White. Ours was a revolution to liberate Blacks in partucular n Africans in general. Ours was not a struggle against Black domination because Blacks hv never dominated in their own country. A view of struggle against 'White domination and Black domination' was a response by code. Mandela to court on his own conviction m hv never found expression in ANC policy posture. We know why we hv "BBBEE" and why it was deliberately called 'Black Empowerment' -simply because 'White Monopoly Capital' was a revolutionary enemy. We know that therefore Blacks are not having ownership of this country's economy. We know that th tough ANC power has only giving Blacks in this country few of three key sovereignties of liberation - 54 percent of political power, 3 percent of economic power n 5 percent security sovereignty. We know 48 percent of our economy is in the hands of Jews n other imperialists transnational companies who never supported our own revolution. We cannot play to hv selective amnesia of our own history- we r anti-imperialistic organization discipline force of the left. ANC is African Revolutionary Nationalistic Movement and cannot fail to characterise this international phenomenon of monopoly capital on our own national plateau - our shores as predominantly "White Supremacist Monopoly Capital". The 1969 Morogoro conference Strategy n Tactics ( S&T) n subsequent S&T hv correctly asserted this character as true reflection of what compound the monopoly capital in our own country. Our key strategic enemy of our revolution is White Monopoly Capital. This is both historical n current paradigm n cannot be left unchallenged
It is your responsibility to make your dream a reality, by Keneilwe Monei Magula
The Department of Water and Sanitation together with Masilonyana Local Municipality,hosted a media tour to a complete bulk water project at Theunissen.
The purpose of the tour was to take the media through all the steps undertaken in order to complete the project, as well as explain to them how does the project going to benefit the communities. It should be noted that the project was highlighted by the Minister for Water and Sanitation Ms Nomvula Mokonyane during her budget vote in Parliament on 26 May 2017.
The tour will also provided an update on the latest upgrades in the province
The will to keep going is a victory itself, By Keneilwe Monei Magula
The best time to start was yesterday, but today is never too late, by Keneilwe Monei Magula
Department of Science and Technology organises indaba for youth in innovation
The Department of Science and Technology (DST) will host for the first time an indaba in Pretoria on Friday, 09 June, organised to find ways to create economic opportunities for youth through science, technology and innovation in South Africa.
The two-day event to be attended by over 300 youths from around the country, targets young entrepreneurs, grassroots innovators, captains of industry and youth in higher education.
To be held under the theme “Creating opportunities for youth through science, technology and innovation - Nothing about the youth, for the youth without the youth", the Indaba will provide a platform young people to share ideas and to also seek funding from government and the private sector.
Minister Pandor will open the Indaba, which will also be attended by interest groups from various sectors in the country, including business, research and policy development
Break your doubts and fears, have faith and go for your dreams, buy Keneilwe Monei Magula
NORTH WEST MEC CONGRATULATES GIFT KELEHE
The North West Education and Sport Development Department MEC, Jonas Lehari
wishes to congratulate Gift Kelehe for obtaining position 3 in the 2017 Comrade
Marathon which was held in Durban on Sunday the 4th June 2017.The 93rd edition
of the Comrades Marathon 86.73 kilometre race from Durban to Pietermarizburg
saw Gift Kelehe make a run time of 05:41:48.
This is an astounding achievement considering that he won the title in 2015
Comrade Marathon. Gifts’ elder brother, Andrew Kelehe won the same marathon in
“I would like to congratulate our hero Gift Kelehe for once again flying our province’s
flag up high. I hope our youth and learners are motivated by what a man from this
province did in this regard. It truly shows that nothing is impossible if you put your
mind and hard work into what you love. The department is proud of you son of the
soil. The department and province as a whole always encourage learners to take
part in sporting activities as reiterated at the Sport Lekgotla that was held in March
2017. We also wish to thank all other athletes from the province for taking part in this
Bokone Bophirima, where champions are made!
Brandfort Raw Water Pipeline Completed and Operational
Take a Girl Child to work
Toilet proper usage should be at the tip of fingers
Mr Seadira on Playbroadcast
On the 06/09/2016 we discussed Equality Courts
In August there was a women in water and sanitation workshop at free state. the aim was to empower women as it was women's month and 60th anniversary. In the workshop women were encouraged to be self reliant and must know that the Department has programmes which can assist them as women.
The department believes that when you empower woman you empower the nation. After the workshop the women were taken to water treatment plant so that they can understand water business and processes.
be carefull when you reach a level crossing
trains are dangerous
always stop at a level crossing
Cervical Cancer is one of the 3rd most common cancers caused by human papiloma virus(sexual infection).
It is important to REALIZE that having human papiloma infection does not NECESSARILY means that it will lead to cancer.
Cervical cancer is an illness which normally affects woman who are at risk of being sexually active at an early age.
Symptoms are :
1. Bleeding from vigana that is not normal such as,bleeding between menstrual periods.
2. Pain during sex.
3. Pain in the lower belly or pelvis
4. Viganal discharge that is not normal
dr sebogodi is on playbroadcast every week
Thabo Seadira is a SPOKESPERSON FOR PROVINCIAL JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
Thabo Seadira On Playbroadcast every week
These are some of the learners and School Manager who are sponsored by Transnet accompanied by Mpho Mphuti from Angels of tomorrow
deputy school manager mr john varughese
st mary's high school learners sponsored by transnet
sam makganye with st mary's educator
Comemoration of ngaka modiri molema
The Molema's family has been leaders, born leaders. The Grandfather to Modiri Molema, called Molema Tawana. He was a chief. Mafikeng was named after him- Molema's Staad.
Keitheng Molema the wife of This House is called Maratiwa House. The father of Modiri Molema built it. This is
Rra Senti Solomon Molema where the father Theeletso Silas Molema was staying
Rra Senti Solomon Molema where the father Theeletso Silas Molema was staying
This was where Ngaka Modiri Molema was practicing as a Doctor after he was removed from town
Quincy K peforming at Mogwase
Francina Tsoku with Playbroadcast on the 14th/05/2015 at Ditsobotla J.M Lekgetha School safety roadshow
Caleb Gantana with Mpumi Sithole (Media Manager at AAP) at Manthe Primary School Launch in Taung
MEC Manketsi Tlhape, for Rural Environment Agricultural and Development
- The North West Department of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Potchefstroom Veterinary laboratory has put the province on the global map by obtaining an internationally recognised accreditation on Veterinary Serology and Microbiology from South Africa National Accreditation System (SANAS).
- The DARD is a provincial leading partner and stakeholder in the Comprehensive Rural Development Programme (CRDP) led by the National Department of Rural Development of Rural Development and Land Reform..
Mr Lengane Bogatsu -Chief Director : Commission on Restitution of Land Rights North West Province
As part of Community empowerment Playbroadcast spend a day at Rooigront Prison Sports Day against Xenophobia on the 28/04/2015