Provincial Sport News
  • Queen’s Baton arrives in Western Cape

    This Saturday, 11 December 2021 the Western Cape saw the arrival of the Queen’s Baton at Cape Town International airport. The Queen’s Baton carried by SASCOC’s 1st Vice President Ms Lwandile Simelane and escorted by SASCOC Team members and hosted by the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation visited the mother city on its final leg

  • Provincial Sport Online store open

    We’re excited to announce the opening of the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation online apparel store and shop. This service allows for a simplified apparel order process, better brand uniformity, and additional strategic extensions. The sports apparel for our members and sport fans is ranged into three categories ie: official colours, replica items and leisurewear,

  • Western Cape Lotto application documents and guides

    This past week saw just under four hundred sport administrators register and attend the Western Cape Lotto funding presentation workshop. The session included a presentation from Mr Marlyn Buis from Lotto Western cape and concluded with a question-and-answer session aimed at simplifying the application process. As the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation, we urge all

  • Western Cape Lotto funding workshop for sport Federations and Clubs

    All Western Cape Sport Federations and Clubs are invited to attend a Lotto Funding Workshop presented by Western Cape Lotto. This workshop is vital for all sport and is desperately needed to help increase the number of applications from club and federation sport structures.  The workshop will deal with several factors to simplify and clarify

  • Provincial Confederation Webinars to focus on Excellence in Practical Sport Administration

    The Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation online education series is set to continue with free fortnightly webinars for sport in the province. The series starting on 17 March 2021 is designed to support Provincial, District and Club sport structures with a view to supporting sport administrators in the Province in the pursuit of excellence in

  • Provincial Sport Safeguarding commission set to launch under newly appointed Chairperson Sylvia Bruckner

    The Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation takes great pleasure in announcing the implementation of the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation Safe Guarding commission under the guidance of newly appointed Chairperson Sylvia Bruckner. The Safeguarding Commission will be aligned with the SASCOC Safeguarding Commission which in turn is aligned to the IOC Safeguarding model. These policies

  • A message of hope from the WC Provincial Sport Confederation

    To say 2020 was a tough year, would be an understatement. We have been under pressure like never before and our commitment to our sport, our federations and our clubs was severely tested. But Covid-19 showed us that we have resolve, that we are prepared to fight for the things we love, and above all,

  • Provincial Climbing host successful African event

    Western Cape Climbing presented a very successful International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) African Championships at City Rock in Paardeneiland, Cape Town, with two South African athletes taking top honours. In the female division Erin Sterkenberg from KwaZulu Natal has qualified for next year’s postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after she won gold in the

  • Good year for Western Cape Cycling with many highlights

    Western Cape Cycling had a fantastic year and was one of the first sport codes to get back to action after receiving the green light to do so after Lockdown. Corne Bence, president of Western Cape Cycling, said it was a blessing that their sport was one of the first to be allowed to start

  • Provincial Netball happy with season; wants more in 2021

    Netball Western Cape president Bennie Saayman is reasonably happy with the way the 2020 season went, despite the disruption brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Tannie Bennie, as she is affectionately known, said it was good and there were many positives. We could choose teams for the Telkom National League and that was a wonderful