Climbing gearing up for showpiece tournament

It is all systems go for Western Cape Climbing as they prepare to host the African Championships from 17 to 20 December at City Rock in Paardeneiland. The best of Africa will be competing for the continent’s two places – one for a male and one for a female climber – at next year’s Olympic […]

Western Cape Climbing is ready to host Olympic qualifier

Western Cape Climbing is ready to host the best of the continent at the African Championships from 17 to 20 December at City Rock in Paardeneiland. The tournament serves as an Olympic qualifier and Western Cape will be strongly represented in the South African team, with 4 males and 4 females vying for the African […]

Tug of War picking up speed nicely after lockdown

Western Cape Tug of War is slowly but surely finding its feet again after the lifting of the ban on competition due to the Coronavirus. The past Saturday the South African Club Tug of War Championships took place at the ATKV Amphitheatre in Hartenbos. On November 7, the Western Cape Tug of War Championships take […]

Our archers shooting at targets in tournaments again

Western Cape Archery is slowing but surely getting back into the swing of things with tournaments taking place thick and fast again after Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown brought the sport to a standstill. Karen Hultzer, chairperson of Western Cape Archery, said they are glad to be back in action and look forward to growing […]

Netball Western Cape getting ready for first big tournament

Netball Western Cape is continuing with its planning for a full return to play even though there still is a lot of uncertainty about when the players will be allowed to return to full training in team context. Bennie Saayman, president of Netball Western Cape, says at the moment they are busy planning for the […]

Transplant Sport Western Cape keeps planning ahead

The fact that they cannot show off their talents on the field of play does not prevent Transplant Sport Western Cape, a member of the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation, from keeping busy with administrative duties and planning for the future. Herman Steyn, chairperson of Transplant Sport Western Cape, says despite all the hardships brought […]

Western Cape Sport Association for Physically Disabled optimistic

Western Cape Sport Association for the Physically Disabled (WCSAPD) president Mark Beak is confident that his organisation will get the green light to return to play soon. The federation, a member of the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation (WCPSC), is the administrative body for 8 different sporting codes, namely athletics, boccia, goalball, CP football, cycling, […]

Cautious return to training for Karate Western Cape

Karate is back after the sport received the green light from the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture to resume training. But according to John Daniels, president of the Karate Association of the Western Cape, a member of the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation, they will return cautiously. Mr Daniels lamented the challenges encountered during […]

Fencing Western Cape keep on planning

Fencing

Patrick Collings, chairman of Fencing Western Cape, says the national lockdown is affecting the sport adversely but they are trying their best to use technology to keep going. Fencing Western Cape  is a member of the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation. Collings is the national team manager, on the management team of South Africa’s Commonwealth […]

WC Aquatics establish relief fund to assist coaches

Lluwellyn Coetzee, president of Western Cape Aquatics, and his executive committee have established a relief fund to assist coaches and other people who are earning an income through the sport and are now suffering financially as a result of the national lockdown. WC Aquatics is a member of the Western Cape Provincial Sport Confederation and […]