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Special meeting for Tshwane Basketball

By on January 29, 2009 in High School

Please be advised on a special general meeting to be convened as follows:

Date: 04 Feb 2009

Venue: St. Marys DSG (Auditorium)

Time: 18H00

Proposed agenda/ Issues to be discussed

1. The state of affairs in Tshwane

2. Way forward

3. Any other related matters.

Please confirm your attendance with Mr. Neo Mothiba (chairperson of schools basketball) on 012 366 05 33

Information supplied by Neo Mothiba

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  1. themba says:

    Where is St. Marys DSG (Auditorium),can you please post the direction to the venue,Especially the street names

  2. Victor says:

    Hey Themba

    I will do that, It’s on duxbury street in Hatfield. Please spread the message and let’s change the way basketball is run in Tshwane.

    ciao, V

  3. neo says:

    Duxbury Rd and Duncan Street. Next door to the Tuks indoor.

  4. Joe says:

    Haai Neo, first you steal my lines, now this, soon I will have nothing to say since it seems at least someone has been taking notes. Lol.

    On the real though, BIG UP for the meeting hope people attend and support you thereafter, holler if you need any help!

  5. Hi Gauteng North Ballers

    It is apparent that the situation in Basketball within this region remains the same even after numerous attempts to try and remedy the situation.

    There is definitely a need for change. Change in leadership, change in personalities and most certainly change within the local structures. To ensure that there is positive change we must learn from the past experiences so that similar mistakes are not repeated.

    This region has potential leaders who can elevate the game to another level. Leaders who have sacrifised a lot for the promotion of basketball and are still willing to continue doing so.

    Ordinary people within the basketball structures need to know their fate. Their destiny lies within those who are willing to take-over the baton and begin to iniate change. Open-ended communication level, proper guidance towards the desired ambitions, accountability, transparency as well as an abundance of activities should be the order of the day.

    Stand up and be counted amongst those who want to see change. You are capable of effecting that change. BSA and provincial structures can only prosper if supported by strong and effective regions. Ke nako. Now is the time.

    George Makena

  6. Joe says:


    Hiw did the meeting go?

  7. Victor says:

    Hey Joe,

    Meeting went ahead and I will do a follow up article when I get the information on it.