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Zone 6 games 2008: A trip to remember or regret?

By on January 7, 2009 in News with 39 Comments

Like a true fanatic I went to see some of the games at the looking forward to enjoying watching the best young talent in Southern Africa, and because the Africa powerhouse Angola was there I would dare to say the best young talent in Africa. With my hopes very high I looked forward with unreserved […]

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Egoli Magic Angola tour update – 02/12/2008

By on December 4, 2008 in News with 2 Comments

The runners up of the LOP (League of Professionals) and Professional Basketball League team the Egoli Magic did South Africa proud on a recent tour of Angola this past week. The team was not the original Egoli Magic team their fans have come to love after losing Joseph Mazibuko who left the team to persue […]

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New Basketball South Africa board

By on October 29, 2008 in News with 143 Comments
New Basketball South Africa board

This BSA board will be in office for the next four years. The Board was democratically elected in the Presence of the National Olympic and Sports Confederation of South Africa (SASCOC) and our national Government representatives. The electors were all the nine Provincial Chairpersons and the Six Affiliated members of Basketball South Africa General Assembly. […]

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PBL the whole story

By on August 16, 2008 in News with 38 Comments

I was browsing the internet recently when I came across a very interesting document that I thought I had to share with the rest of South Africa… It goes a long way in explaining the events that led to the demise of the PBL and hopefully our administrators learn from this sequence of events. Please […]

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Hop on the Basketball Roller coaster ride

By on July 30, 2008 in News with 8 Comments

A few weeks back, I asked a few basketball people in the know their opinion on what has been happening in the sport over the past few years and what we should look forward to. Tshepo Ditshego provided me with this article he had published in Tribute magazine in South Africa in April 2007 and […]

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