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Ladies game at crossroads, what does the future hold?

By on June 7, 2017 in News with 0 Comments
Ladies game at crossroads, what does the future hold?

Just before the Afrobasket 2017 qualifiers games played in Zambia and subsequently in South Africa, the post of national team coach for the Men was advertised and Craig Gilchrist was selected. Why wasn’t the same process followed for the ladies? Yes we had a new administration in place and if it was a chance for […]

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2017, SA looking for a national team coach…

By on February 14, 2017 in News with 0 Comments
2017, SA looking for a national team coach…

Basketball South Africa (BSA) is interviewing for the national Men’s team coach and with the deadline for applicants set at Monday 13th February 2017 at 16:00, by now they now they should have a list of applications to go through. But what happened to the previous coach and his assistants? What about the ladies national […]

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2017, different year but same issues for Basketball in SA

By on February 4, 2017 in News with 1 Comment
2017, different year but same issues for Basketball in SA

3 years on since the last post on the website and nothing much has changed. Yes we have the Basketball National League (BNL) that has filled some of the void on the national “Gauteng” front but apart from that, the national federation (BSA) is still a mess with no real leadership and the game that […]

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RBS/Jr NBA/WNBA Tournament

By on August 23, 2014 in League with 0 Comments
RBS/Jr NBA/WNBA Tournament

Here are the pools and schedules for the Junior tournament taking place this weekend (22-24 August 2014).  

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BWB Africa 2014 – a priceless investment in African basketball

By on August 13, 2014 in News with 0 Comments
BWB Africa 2014 – a priceless investment in African basketball

Basketball Without Borders¬†Africa 2014 officially wrapped up last week Friday at Wembley Arena in Johannesburg, finishing off four days of basketball playing, training and development that the participants will never forget. With about 55 players from all over Africa in attendance, campers get a chance of a lifetime to accelerate their basketball development. At the […]

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