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SOUTH AFRICAN SPORTS
COMMISSION
PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO
COMMITTEE ON SPORT AND
RECREATION
1 APRIL 2003
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OVERVIEW
This presentation sets out to provide an
overview of the following:
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Vision
Mission
Values
Strategic Thrusts
Flagship projects
Services in support of flagship projects
Budget
Conclusion
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VISION OF THE SASC
To lead South Africa to world-class
sporting excellence.
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MISSION OF THE SASC
• In pursuance of the above vision the SA
Sports Commission seeks to create a nation
of world-class sportsmen and women by
improving opportunities for all South Africans
to participate in sport and recreation.
• We will work in partnership with our
stakeholders by striving to meet their human
resources and infrastructure needs.
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MISSION OF THE SASC
(CONT)
• We will ensure that the management,
promotion and co-ordination of our sport and
recreation is administered with excellence.
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VALUES OF THE SASC
• Integrity
• Innovation
• Excellence
• Efficiency
• Teamwork
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STRATEGIC THRUST ONE
1.Manage, promote and co-ordinate the
provision of sport and recreation.
1.1.Develop and implement a national sports plan and
ensure that accessible facilities, participation,
competition and club infrastructure exist and are
professionally managed.
1.2.Improve the quality of national and international
sports events that are hosted by South Africa.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST ONE
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Mass Participation
1.1. Indigenous Games
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To revive and promote Indigenous Games in South Africa and
beyond.
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Publish a manual on Indigenous Games that addresses the standardized
Indigenous Games, rules of the games and guidelines on how to play the
games - 2003. One of the Indigenous Games, Ncuva, is being
computerized.
230 Indigenous Games facilitators has been trained in all nine provinces.
These facilitators has been empowered to provide further training in the
provinces.
Establish network on Indigenous Games with Zone VI countries and
beyond.
Host an Indigenous Games festival – 4 – 6 September 2003.
Participate in TAFISA traditional games in Montreal – July 2003.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST ONE
(cont)
1. Mass Participation
1.2. Recreation
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To promote recreation in South Africa and to ensure proper
recreation delivery infrastructure.
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A first meeting took place with provinces on planning for a National Walk
(Big Walk) – August 2003. Celebrities will be approached to join in this
initiative.
Continue and enhance links and cooperation with other government
departments, public entities, etc e.g. Correctional Services.
An memorandum of understanding will be signed in April 2003 between
the SASC, DCS and NF’s to introduce sport and recreation activities in
correctional centers.
Facilitate the participation of previously disadvantaged participants in
World Gymnaestrada that will take place 2003.
Aerobics instructors have been trained in three province (NW, EC and
Gauteng). After training they will run aerobics classes for the community
in the regions. When more funds become available this project will be 10
extended to the other provinces.
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST ONE
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Mass Participation
1.3. Junior Dipapadi
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To empower care givers, teachers, community leaders,
federations and sport and recreation officers in the area of
junior sport as well as to increase the talent identification pool.
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Junior Dipapadi workshops took place in all provinces where project
coordinators were trained to implement programmes in the provinces.
The SASC made examples of Junior Dipapadi equipment available to all
provinces. The focus in the next financial year will be on introducing
sporting activities to children in previously disadvantaged areas in close
cooperation with provincial governments.
Modified sports festivals took place in three provinces (Mpumalanga,
KZN and WC). The sports that have been modified are: volleyball,
netball, cricket, rugby, soccer and handball. Because of the success of
these festivals it will also be introduced in other provinces.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST ONE
(cont)
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Mass Participation
1.4. Women and Sport
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To create opportunities for women and girls to be more
prominent in sports participation and administration.
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A Commissioners Committee has been established to address
transformation including Women and Sport.
The terms of reference of this Committee has been finalized.
A policy document on Women and Sport is in its final stages of
development.
The SASC hosted a successful Women and Sport Workshop on 24 and
25 March 2003 to address the structure and implementation of projects.
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STRATEGIC THRUST TWO
2.Ensure participation in international and
major national events.
2.1.Identify talented athletes to ensure that South African teams are
fully representative.
2.2.Provide access to scientific support, training, life skills
development services, coaching as well as ensuring a
supportive social environment in order to increase the number of
medals and test matches won by South Africa.
2.3.Team delivery.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST TWO
1. High Performance Programme
1.1. Team Preparation
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To facilitate the implementation of scientific, medical and
technological support services in order to enhance South
Africa’s international sports performance. ( focus for 2003 is
the AAG)
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Build on and improve partnerships and networks with new and
established service providers. At present there are 16 accredited
service provider institutions providing the following services:
sports medicine, sports psychology, sports nutrition, sports
vision, sports technology, physiotherapy and physical. 36 NF’s
are being provided with these services and 250 athletes were
assisted in 2002/ 2003. An amount of R 200 000 has been
allocated for 2003/ 2004 which is only sufficient to assist
approximately 25 athletes despite applications from NF’s for
more than 1000 athletes.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST TWO
(cont)
1. High Performance Programme
1.1. Team Preparation
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Re-structure the services and financial allocations to elite
athletes.
Monitor the services rendered by service providers to athletes
and NF’s.
Direct and evaluate implementation of the HPP.
Establish a life skills infrastructure to address the general welfare
of SA elite athletes and their support team. Facilitators trained by
the SASC will implement this project in the Provincial Academies
of Sport. The modules for this project will be developed by the
SASC and will amongst other cover: financial skills, HIV/ AIDS,
touring skills, legal contracts and conflict resolution.
Finalize, update and maintain high performance programme
database.
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Revise and update HPP web page.
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST TWO
(cont)
1. High Performance Programme
1.1. Team Preparation
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Empower SA athletes with leading edge sports technology.
Establish a multi-coded national coaches association – to be in
place April 2004.
Establish a multi-coded athletes association – to be in place April
2004.
Improve the performance of elite athletes through the application
of relevant research.
Assist SASSU with the scientific preparation of athletes who will
be competing in the World Student Games taking place in August
2003 in Korea.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST TWO
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High Performance Programme
1.2. Sports Academies
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To establish, monitor and mentor a sports academy
infrastructure that is resourced to identify and support athletes
in an effort to improve their sporting performance.
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Establish, monitor and mentor a sports academy infrastructure.
8 of the 9 Academy Managers already appointed.
Office and administration infrastructure in place.
Academy of Sport Blue Print finalized.
Voluntary association constitution in place.
Initial allocation received from National Lotteries Board (Sport and
Recreation Distribution Agency.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST TWO
(cont)
1. High Performance Programme
1.2. Sports Academies
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Challenges for 2003
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Project implementation.
Forge clearer working relationships with stakeholders (SASC,
Prov Dept’s, and NLB).
Play supporting role to SA Games.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST TWO
(cont)
2. All Africa Games
2.1. Team Presentation
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To deliver Team South Africa to major multi-coded
event, All Africa Games, ensuring a high level of
performance by SA athletes.
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Co-ordinate, manage and provide effective systems ensuring
efficient delivery of Team SA to the All Africa Games 2003.
October 2003 in Abuja, Nigeria.
22 Sporting codes.
More than 450 athletes and managers from SA.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST TWO
(cont)
3. Zone VI Games
3.1. Team Presentation
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To deliver Team South Africa to major multi-coded
event, Zone VI Games, ensuring a high level of
performance by SA athletes.
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Co-ordinate, manage and provide effective systems ensuring
efficient delivery of Team SA to the Zone VI Games 2003.
The 2003 Zone VI Games have been cancelled by Malawi, the
host due to financial constraints. We are awaiting decision by
either Botswana or Mozambique to host the Games in 2005.
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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
UNDER THRUST TWO
(cont)
4. SA Games
4.1. Talent identification and development
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To increase SA youth sporting excellence and promote
national unity through a multi-sport event.
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Co-ordinate, facilitate and monitor preparations for the 2004 SA Games.
Next Games April 2004.
Host: Eastern Cape Province, Buffalo City Municipality.
Approximately 4500 participants expected.
Approximately 13 sporting codes including disabled sport.
Closely linked to academies.
These two programmes i.e. SA Games and Academies are our major
transformation tools.
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STRATEGIC THRUST
THREE
3.Ensure the provision of resources.
3. 1.To provide information, financial and logistical
resources for the development of athletes
(participants/ recreation practitioners).
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STRATEGIC THRUST FOUR
4.Policy development and
implementation.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
1. Client Services
1.1. Monitoring of Federations
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To facilitate the establishment and maintenance of structures
that enhance the development, capacity building and efficient
management of sport at all levels.
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Provide policy documents for the regulation of sports (awarding
of national colours, recognition criteria, procedures for dispute
resolution, etc.).
Monitor NF’s on structural (clubs, composition of EXCO/
technical officials/ players, transformation and unity) and
organizational issues (good governance, development plans,
business plans, strategic plans and programmes/ projects).
Award national colours to deserving athletes and managers.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
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1. Client Services
1.2. Sports Management and Liaison
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To assist NF’s with development, strategic planning and
financial management.
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Assist NF’s with development plans.
Develop a guide for strategic planning for use by NF’s.
Present nine provincial workshops on strategic planning and
development plans.
Present two financial management workshops.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
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2. Organized Participation
2.1. Bidding and Hosting
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To assist clients in effectively bidding for and hosting of
national and international events of major importance.
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Facilitate and develop an integrated national strategy for bidding
and hosting of national and international events of major
importance.
Develop and monitor the implementation of policies that guide
and control the bidding and hosting of both national and
international events.
Assist those federations and organizations that have been
granted permission to host events of major national importance
in co-coordinating/ managing the event.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
(cont)
3. Education and Training
3.1. Sport and Recreation Administration and
Management
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To empower administrators and managers and to improve the
standard of sport and recreation administration and
management in SA.
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Complete education and training programmes and modules to enhance
basic and advanced S&R administration and management in compliance
with the NQF (level 4 and 5).
Facilitate the development of facilitators packs for basic and advanced
team management.
Facilitate the development of training programmes for Events
Management.
Facilitate the development of a database on trainers, administrators and
managers trained.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
(cont)
3. Education and Training
3.1. Sport and Recreation Administration and
Management
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To empower administrators and managers and to
improve the standard of sport and recreation
administration and management in SA.
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Facilitate the training of Team Managers of the SA team to the
World Police and Fire Games that will take place in Barcelona
during July and August 2003.
Facilitate the training of SASSU Team Managers of the SA team
to the World Students Games that will take place in Korea during
August 2003.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
(cont)
3. Education and Training
3.2. Facilities Management Skills Development
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To develop the human resources responsible for the
management of sport and recreation facilities.
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Monitor and facilitate the capacity building of facility managers in the
Advanced Facility Management training programme at NQF level 5.
Develop a framework for a National Facilities Plan.
Encourage and support provinces to deliver community-based approach
workshops.
Complete the translation of community-based approach to Facility
Management booklets into other SA languages.
Establish a database on trainers in Facility Management.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
(cont)
3. Education and Training
3.3. Generic Coaching Skills and Technical Officiating
Programmes
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To increase the number and uplift the standard of coaching
and technical officiating in sport.
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Facilitate the development of a Generic Coaching Skills and Technical
Officiating Programmes at NQF level 5.
Facilitate the pilot training of Generic Coaching Skills.
Facilitate the development of a facilitators pack for Generic Coaching
Skills and Technical Officiating.
Facilitate the accreditation of course material in conjunction with THETA.
Facilitate the layout, illustration and printing of the Generic Coaching
Skills and Technical Officiating Programmes.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
(cont)
3. Education and Training
3.4. Course Presentation and Facilitation Skills in Sport and
Recreation
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To empower sport and recreation officials to become presenters and
facilitators.
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Facilitate the completion of the development of the S & R Facilitation
Skills Programme for presenters and facilitators to comply with NQF level
5.
Facilitate the pilot training of Facilitation Skills in S & R.
Facilitate the development of a facilitators pack for Facilitation Skills for S
& R.
Facilitate the layout, illustration and printing of the Facilitation Skills in S
& R training programme.
Facilitate the accreditation of the course material in conjunction with
THETA.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
(cont)
4. Provision of Resources
4.1.Information and Research
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To acquire, manage and disseminate sports and recreation information
to create a knowledge base.
 Maintenance, hosting and expansion of the Commission’s website .
 Finalizing and selling mega-event website product (with specific reference
to AAG 2003). Providing website for AAG.
 Construction and support of in-house databases including contact, events,
volunteers, as well as ongoing developments of mega-events management
database.
 Collection, collation and storage of unique sport information publications for
public use.
 Publication and distribution of YOUR SPORT magazine, including mailing
list and postage.
 Production and distribution of Sport Management Toolkit CD.
 Obtain and disseminate information on statistical data that will enable the
sporting community to plan better for sport.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
(cont)
4. Provision of Resources
4.2. Funding and Resourcing
• To provide financial and logistical support for the
Commission and its clients.
 Procure and establish a pool of resources which will be used for
programmes of the SASC and its clients e.g. donors, business,
lottery, etc.
 Provide systematic support to NF’s which have a growth potential,
but lack the infrastructure.
 Assist NF’s in benefiting from drawing the expertise of their
counterparts internationally.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
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4. Provision of Resources
4.3. Sports Museum
• To unify the nation and build national pride through
the revival of our national sporting heritage.
 Implement the findings of a feasibility study for a Sports Museum.
 Coordinate partnerships and resource support for the establishment
of the Sports Museum.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
(cont)
5. Legal and Policy
5.1. Legislative Drafting
• To use statutory powers to regulate sport and
recreation in terms of the Acts.
 Advice on the draft and amending of.
 Drafting of regulations as envisaged by Act 109 and 110 of 1989 as
amended.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
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5. Legal and Policy
5.2. Contract Drafting and Advice
• To ensure that all transactions entered into by the
SASC are legally valid and the protection of the
interest of the SASC.
 Draft contracts and advise management about the legal
implications of transactions.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
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5. Legal and Policy
5.3. Intellectual Property Management
• To register and protect SASC intellectual property
and monitor licensing programmes.
 Ensure acquisition and protection of intellectual property.
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SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
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5. Legal and Policy
5.4. Recognition criteria development
• To ensure a regulatory framework that guides the
recognition of SASC clients.
 Develop a national colours framework and a monitoring mechanism
for the use of those colours.
 Manage the commercialization of national symbols/ emblems such
as the King Protea and Springbok by NF’s.
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SOUTH AFRICAN SPORTS
COMMISSION
CONCLUSION
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