Hi there.i came accros your add,about that level 1 coaches,who went to london in completion of there level 2 course,I,m also a level 1 accredited coach with the same intrist in completing my level 2.I,m from paarl,westerncape,south Africa.Please feel free to inform me about any availble courses.regarding my intrists.Much Blessings.
- Dusi seedings up for grabs at Umpetha Challenge
- Honoured Prinsloo looks to make even bigger strides
- Eight named to do Test duty against India
- Banetse has his eye on Umpetha Challenge podium
- Continental honours for Kimberley’s Fitzpatrick
- Harris home on a high after three victories on the trot
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South Africa move up rankings in Moscow
- Updated: June 10, 2010
South Africa was one of 109 countries to contest the 2010 Liebherr World Team Table Tennis Championships in Moscow, Russia from 23-30 May.
The 14-strong South African contingency (four men ÔÇô Theo Cogill, Shane Overmeyer, Luke Abrahams & Kurt Lingeveldt, three women ÔÇô Khanyisile Madlala, Sameera Maal & Zodwa Maphanga, two coaches – Marcus Gustafson & Margie Luckay, three delegates ÔÇô Ganief Fataar, Hajera Kajee & Audrey MacDonald) carried themselves with pride amongst all the internationally acclaimed athletes, coaches and delegates present.
The two international umpires, Genevieve Lentz & Nigel Adams added to the glittering affair.
Coaches Gustafson and Luckay had to ensure that each point was maximised and won with confidence.
The good news for the men’s team was that the ended the competition in 62nd position which is a climb of seven positions from their 2009 ranking. This achievement was surpassed by the women’s team when they advanced from 88 to 69th position.
The display and commitment of all our athletes at the 2010 World Championships is a huge achievement that has improved South Africa’s world ranking.
I am amazed and shocked to see the composition of the executive committee of this organization. There is an executive president! That raises serious concerns. The committee consist of just Presidents. Everybody wants to be chiefs, but nobody wants to be indians. Hajera Karjee - she is serving on so many executive committees within the SASCOC family. Is this not a mission to stay in power? Is she saying that she is the only person that can lead, or is it because of her political role she played in the struggle. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Hajera