Sports development
SPORT BRIDGE DIVIDE An end to cultural divides
Sports has the formidable power of bridging both international and cultural divides, said President Jacob Zuma
01 Oct 2014
A sporting chance Disadvantaged children are bowled over
South African cricket legends Graeme Smith, Justin Kemp and Mark Boucher are set to kick off a social cricket tournament with the aim of getting disadvantaged kids out there and playing.
04 Dec 2013 - S. M.
Sports day in honour of Madiba Football and Rugby come together to celebrate
On 17 August 2013 the Springboks and Bafana Bafana will come together and celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela by playing their respective matches at the FNB Stadium.
10 Jul 2013 - R. S.
Serving up opportunities Tennis superstar assists the youth with skills development
Forming a tennis academy and foundation in Pretoria, John-Laffnie (JL) de Jager has dedicated time to try and provide a better life for South African children back home
03 Apr 2013 - K. D.
An active future The future depends on what you do today
FUTURE CREW, a collaboration between Virgin Active and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport (DCAS), is an ambitious schools based project aimed at empowering learners in challenged communities.
07 Feb 2013 - D. W.
A stroke above the rest Shark victim achieves life's goal
Achmat Hassiem is an inspirational swimmer who boasts a positive attitude the way he boasts his bronze medal.
12 Dec 2012 - N. G.
Shark boy Paralympian is an inspiration to many
He survived a shark attack and went on to be a South African bronze medal Paralympic swimmer. Achmat Hassiem is on a mission to develop a love of sport within poorer communities
30 Oct 2012 - S. C.
A sporting chance Developing young sporting talent
It is that time of the year again, a period within which the Transnet Rural and Farm Schools Tournament showcases the best there is in young sporting talent
11 Oct 2012 - J. S.
A lasting legacy South African cricket icon open doors for youth
Widely regarded as one of the country’s most important and successful players in the history of South African cricket, Makhaya Ntini, walked on the pitch as the very first black player for the national team, the Proteas.
10 Jul 2012 - R. D.

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