South African gymnastics will soon be benefiting through the support of 2020 Olympic Game host nation, Japan.
South Africa’s Lucas ‘Twister’ Sithole was the coolest customer on centre court at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium in Johannesburg on Saturday as he closed out a three-set victory against world number one David Wagner at the Airports Company South Africa SA Open quad singles final.
Everything went according to plan for Kgetleng Primary School, when they were crowned the North West provincial champions for the second year running at the Matlosana Stadium in Klerksdorp over the weekend. Kgetleng beat Laerskool Rustenburg 1 – 0 in the final match to retain the DANONE cup provincial title.
The Ekurhuleni District in Gauteng kicks-off their road to the under-12 Danone Nations Cup world cup, taking place in Morocco later this year, when the eight participating schools meet at Benoni Northerns on 15th April; the winning team will progress through to the regional finals taking place at Benoni Northerns on 14th May.
Jump shot during South Sudan basketball game
With a light rain falling, a young member of an NBA Africa basketball camp in Juba shoots a jump shot during a practice game attended by South Sudanese refugee NBA Chicago Bulls star Luol Deng.
Photo: Tim Freccia / Enough Project
Where: Juba, South Sudan
The SAFA Development Agency (SDA) is teamiing up with Totalsport to build a SAFA Safe-Hub in Alexandra in Johannesburg. SAFA Safe-Hubs promote a comprehensive approach to youth-focused football and social development in South Africa, creating a viable and attractive option for young people to get involved in football and a range of life skills programmes. Modelled on the successful Safe-Hub in Cape Town established and run by Amandla EduFootball, an award winning NGO, SAFA has a vision to erect and operate one SAFA Safe-Hub in each of its 400 Local Football Associations and Regions.
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