Mpilonhle, with support of the "Entertainent Industry Foundation" and "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Programme" built sport fields in four High Schools - Masibonisane, Madwaleni, Silethekukhanya, and Malabella - to encourage sport and physical exercise as part of everyday school life, and rejuvnated school sprots leages. The fields are also accessible to the community when schools are closes.
The four schools lack regular supply of water. In building the sports fields Mpilonhle has drilled wells to maintain the fields and food gardens and to supply a community laundry in the school itself. Mpilonhle also build evnironmently friendly toilets that use mininmum water called "enviroloos".
The four schools lacked regular supply of water and wells were drilled to maintain the fields and food gardens and to supply a community laundry in the school itself.
Mpilonhle built evironmentally friendly toilets that use mininmum water called "Enviroloos".
Lucas Radebe visiting Silethekukhanya High School where one of the , He began playing in South Africa with Kaizer Chiefs, before transferring to Leeds United, where he played 256 matches for the Yorkshire side. During his spells at these clubs, he picked up the nicknames "Rhoo" and "The Chief". He became captain of Leeds United and also of the South African national team, most notably at World Cup 2002. Nelson Mandela said of Radebe: "This is my hero."