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WESTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL
AFFAIRS AND SPORT
&
WESTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL SPORT
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CONFEDERATION
Presentation on Geo Political
Boundaries & Demarcation
WESTERN CAPE SCENARIO
SPORT INDABA
Resolutions adopted
•
Sport Boundaries
– It is a Constitutional imperative that sports federations align their structures to
correspond with the political boundaries as in the Constitution by the end of
2013.
– The process of alignment must be concluded within two years from the date
of the National Sports Indaba, namely in November 2013.
– SASCOC must provide guidelines and continuous monitoring and support the
process to ensure that the deadline is achieved.
– Sports federations must undertake a review of their statutes and make
provision to accommodate the alignment of their boundaries with that of the
geo-political boundaries.
– A detailed developmental plan must be provided to SASCOC working towards
the two year deadline.
– Capacity, funding and momentum must be created by relevant role-players
for the alignment process.
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NSRP: 2013 PRIORITIES
•Athlete and coach support programme
•Facilities
•Athletes’ Commission
•Coaches’
Commission
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•Administrators and Technical Officials’
Commission
•Sports house
•Education and training
•Sports broadcasting and sponsorships
•Geo-political sport boundaries
•Sport and the environment
•International relations
“From policy to practice”
SASCOC PRESIDENT COUNCIL - 12/13 MAY 2012
MEMBERSHIP
We note the challenge to ensure SASCOC members are properly constituted and
governed. In this regard the membership regulations were revisited and it was
resolved as follows:
1. The membership regulations document is accepted in principle;
2. The categorisation criteria should be clearly defined within the nine
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geopolitical boundaries of the republic and be made available to NFs;
3. SASCOC members will follow due process on dispute resolution within sport
up to CAS level;
4. Any individual member that decides to take SASCOC to court without
exhausting internal avenues, that member shall have his/ her membership
terminated
5. The membership review process will commence on 01 July 2012 and end on
31 March 2013
NINE GEO-POLITICAL BOUNDARIES 1
There shall be nine (9) Provincial Members, categorized and
made up of the following
Regions:
(i) In the Province of Western Cape (Cape Town)
- West Coast (Malmesbury)
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- Winelands (Stellenbosch)
- Overberg (Swellendam)
- Eden (George)
- Central Karoo (Beaufort West)
- Cape Town Unicity (Cape Town)
NINE GEO-POLITICAL BOUNDARIES 2
(ii) In the Province of Northern Cape (Kimberley)
- Namakwa (Springbok)
- Pixley-ka-Seme (De Aar)
- Siyanda (Upington)
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- Kgalagadi (Kathu)
- Frances Baard (Kimberley)
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(iii) In the Province of the Eastern Cape (Bisho)
- Cacadu (Grahamstown)
- Amathole (East London)
- Chris Hani (Queenstown)
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- Ukhahlamba (Aliwal North)
- O R Tambo (Umtata)
- Alfred Nzo (Mount Ayliff)
- Nelson Mandela (Port Elizabeth)
NINE GEO-POLITICAL BOUNDARIES 4
(iv) In the Province of Free State (Bloemfontein)
-Xhariep (Trompsberg)
- Motheo (Bloemfontein)
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- Lejweleputswa
(Welkom)
- Thabo Mofutsanyana (Phuthaditjhaba)
- Fezile Dabi (Kroonstad)
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(v) In the Province of Kwazulu-Natal (Pietermaritzburg)
- Ugu (Port Shepstone)
- Umgungundlovu (Pietermaritzburg)
- Uthukela (Ladysmith)
- Umzinyathi (Dundee)
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- Amajuba (Newcastle)
- Zululand (Ulundi)
- Umkhanyakude (Mtubatuba)
- UThungulu (Richards Bay)
- iLembe (Kwa Dukuza)
- Sisonke (Ixopo)
- Ethekwini (Durban)
NINE GEO-POLITICAL BOUNDARIES 6
(vi) In the Province of Mpumalanga (Nelspruit)
- Gert Sibande (Standerton)
- Nkangala (Witbank)
-Ehlanzeni (Nelspruit)
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(vii) In the Province of Limpopo (Polokwane)
- Mopani (Giyani)
- Vhembe (Thohoyandou)
- Capricorn (Polokwane)
- Waterberg (Bela-bela)
- Sekhukhune (Groblersdal)
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(viii) In the Province of North West (Mafikeng)
- Bojanala (Rustenberg)
- Central (Mafikeng)
- Bophirima (Vryburg)
-Southern (Klerksdorp)
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(ix) In the Province of Gauteng (Johannesburg)
- Sedibeng (Vereeniging)
- Johannesburg (Johannesburg)
- Ekurhuleni (Germiston)
- Metsweding (Bronkhorspruit)
- Tshwane
- West Rand
COMMUNIQUE FROM SASCOC GEO
11 December 2012
Dear SASCOC Members,
We would like to draw your attention to the resolution adopted by
the Presidents Council and endorsed by the General Membership
of SASCOC. InNew
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attached the following 4
documents relevant to the process of re application for
membership:
i) Resolution from Presidents Council
ii) Nine geopolitical boundaries
iii) Re application – Categories
iv) Re application – Forms and Documents required
SASCOC MEMBERSHIP REGULATIONS
3. CRITERIA FOR RECOGNITION
3.1 To be eligible for recognition, National Federation which control the
development of and participation by South Africans in any sport, must meet the
following criteria:
(a) have a constitution in line with SASCOC Articles of Association and
democratically elected structure(s) which operates in a transparent,
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accountable, and responsible manner.
(b) must be properly constituted and operate on democratic principles;
(c) demonstrate a sound level of management and financial accountability
(d) must be structured in accordance to the geo-political government
boundaries.
(e) The organization must recognize the Articles of Association of SASCOC and
Sport and Recreation Act, 2007, and SRSA
NSRP: Geo-political sports boundaries
Strategic objective 26: To contribute to improved governance in
sport through an alignment of the boundaries of provincial
sports federations with geo-political boundaries.
Performance indicator:
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· The number of NFs that have aligned the boundaries of their
provincial sports federations with geo-political boundaries.
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National Sport and
Recreation Plan 2030
Sport Processes
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Sport
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White Paper
National
Development Plan
In support of the National Development Plan the sports sector has developed its own vision
for 2030. The following expected outcomes and “ideal future” for a South African sports
system by 2030 are fully described in the White Paper for sport and recreation.
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National White Paper
More
people
Active
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and
More
medals
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Winning
(Organized)
Pillars of the NSRP
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Active
Winning
nation
Enabling
environment
Transversal
Issues
Sport as a
tool
National Sport and Recreation Plan 2020
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Sport Criteria
• Category 1
– National Federations listed below must be
in the 9 (NINE) provinces
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– Minimum districts must be 3/4 of the
provinces including Metros
• Category 2
– These National Federations must be in 6
(SIX) provinces
– Minimum districts/ regions must be half as
per the province including Metros
Sport Criteria conti’
• Category 3
– These National Federations must be in 5
(FIVE) provinces and in 1/3 of the
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– districts in the provinces including Metros
• Category 4
– These National Federations must be in
4(FOUR) provinces
– Minimum districts/ regions must be in 1/3
as per the province including all Metros
Sport Criteria conti’
• Category 5
• These are all multi-facets sport organizations which have
cooperation agreements with the National Federations.
• Their existence will be determined by a category of a National
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• They will also form part of the transformation and national plan
agenda of the country as they cater for a specific target
group as per their needs or disability.
• SASAPD, SASAII, SADSF, Transplant, Masters and the nine
Provincial Sports Confederations.
WC MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION
WEST COAST
AURORA; BITTERFONTEIN; CITRUSDAL; DARLING;
CLANWILLIAM; ELANDS BAY; GRAAFWATER;
HOPEFIELD; KARINGBERG; KLAWER; KLIPRAND;
KOEKENAAP; LAAIPLEK; LAMBERTS BAY;
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LANGEBAAN;New
LUTZVILLE;
MALMESBURY;
MORREESBURG;NUWERUS; PIKETBERG;
PORTERVILLE; REDELINGHUYS; RIEBEEK KASTEEL;
RIEBEEKWES; SALDANHA; St HELENA BAY;
STRANDFONTEIN; VANRYNSDORP; VELDRIFT;
VREDENBURG; VREDENDAL; YZERFONTEIN
WC MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION
CAPE METROPOLE
BELVILLE; CAPE TOWN; GOODWOOD; GORDONS
BAY; MICHELLS PLAIN; ROOIELS; SIMONSTOWN;
SOMERSET WEST; STRAND; WYNBERG
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WC MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION
BOLAND [CAPE WINELANDS]
ASHTON; BONNIEVALE; CERES; DE DOORNS;
FRANSCHOEK; GOUDA; HAMLET; McGREGOR;
MONTAGU; PAARL; PRINCE ALFRED;
RAWSONVILLE; ROBERTSON; SARON;
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STELLENBOSCH;
RIVER;
TULBAGH;
WELLINGTON; WOLSELEY; WORCESTER
WC MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION
OVERBERG
AGULHAS; ARNISTON; BARRYDALE; BOT RIVER;
BREDASDORP; CALEDON; CAPE INFANTA;
GANSBAAI; GRABOUW; GREYTON; HERMANUS;
NAPIER; ONRUS; RIVIERSONDEREND; STANFORD;
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STRUISBAAI;
SUURBRAAK;
VILLIERSDORP
WC MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION
CENTRAL KAROO
BEAUFORT WEST; BITTERWATER; KLAARSTROOM;
LAINGSBURG; LEEUW GAMKA; MURRAYSBURG;
MATJIESFONTEIN; MERWEVILLE; PRINCE ALBERT;
THREE SISTERS
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WC MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION
EDEN
ALBERTINIA; BRAND RIVER; CALITZDORP;
GEORGE; GOURITZMOND; GROOT BRAKRIVIER;
HARTENBOS; HEIDELBERG; HERBERTSDALE; KLEIN
BRAKRIVIER; KNYSNA; LADISMITH; MOSSEL BAY;
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OUDTSHOORN;
PLETTENBERG
BAY; RIVERSDALE;
SEDGEFIELD; STILBAAI; UNIONDALE; WITSAND
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Western Cape
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WAY FORWARD
• Urge SASCOC & NF’s to take the lead in the implementation
of the demarcation policy as per NSRP;
• Western Cape Sport Confederation activate an office that
monitors and report on progress or lack thereof ;
• The Western Cape Sport Confederation to initiate the
demarcation process
the districts
identified & assist in
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seeking affiliation where necessary;
• Through Western Cape Sport Confederation seek funds to
assist the funding of the new structures, where necessary,
• To establish the sustainability of sport federations in certain
municipal districts and recommend alternatives;
• Engage School Sport formations (code committees) to
strengthen the newly establish Federations and Districts.
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THANK YOU
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