Playing the Game the Bafokeng Way is a 48 minute High Definition television documentary on the Bafokeng Community, near Rustenburg in South Africa. The Bafokeng are the only rural community in South Africa to have a world class soccer stadium and hosted six FIFA World Cup 2010 matches.
In answering the question of how the Bafokeng came to own this soccer stadium, the documentary tells the story of this extraordinary and innovative tribe -- from their visionary leadership, to their amazing good fortune, to their investment in sport.
March 20, 2011
The Masterplan, the physical embodiment of Vision 2020, was launched in August 2006. The plan, devised in conjunction with Singapore–based urban design consultants Surbana, is aimed at creating an environment in which people live with dignity and have access to facilities – health, education, recreation and employment – thus enabling them to maximize their abilities and talents.
Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi
March 20, 2011
Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi is the leader of the 300 000 strong Royal Bafokeng Nation based in Phokeng in the North West Province of South Africa. He is the 36th King of the Bafokeng and the 15th direct descendent of a long lineage of the Bafokeng kings. Under the leadership of Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi, the Royal Bafokeng Supreme Council has embarked on a mission of providing the Bafokeng Community with all basic human needs to provide continued promotion of respect and enhancement of Bafokeng culture and economic self-sufficiency.