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SIYADLALA MASS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME 2005-2006 REPORT. This programme was initiated by the National Department of Sport and

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siyadlala mass participation programme 2005 2006 report
SIYADLALA MASS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME2005-2006 REPORT

This programme was initiated by the National Department of Sport and

Recreation in 2004. The core objective of the programme is to facilitate participation in sport and recreation within disadvantaged communities with a specific focus on supporting Government priority nodes.

This programme is intended to

“get the Nation playing” and involves partnerships between National & Provincial Government, the Private sector, NGO’s and Communities.

The underlying value is to Work together in a spirit of cooperation and partnership for the benefit of disadvantaged communities.

It intends to unify diverse communities and cultivate a spirit of volunteerism within communities. It focuses primarily on the youth in an attempt to combat crime and reduce the high levels of health risk

including the threats of HIV/AIDS and teenage pregnancies

siyadlala mass participation programme 2004 2006
SIYADLALA MASS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME 2004-2006

Limpopo Siyadlala Mass Participation programme

was allocated R1m for the financial year 2004/2005.

The programme absorbed 32 coordinators for four Hubs

  • Senwabarwana (Capricorn Municipality),
  • Schoonoord (Makhudu-thamaga Municipality),
  • Metz (Maruleng Municipality)
  • Bakenberg (Bakenberg Municipality)
sporting codes in the four hubs
SPORTING CODES IN THE FOUR HUBS
  • Street Soccer
  • Street Basketball
  • Street Handball
  • Aerobics
  • General Gymnastics
  • Indigenous games
  • Big Walk and fun run
hub launches
HUB LAUNCHES

All the hubs were officially launched in their

respective districts in March 2004 and

attended by various stakeholders and

beneficiaries.

The Provincial launch was held at Schoonoord

Hub in December 2004 where 10 000

Participants took part. All the priority codes were

Played.

indigenous games
INDIGENOUS GAMES

The four hubs hosted the district Indigenous

Games festivals that culminated in the

National Indigenous games Festival held in

Cape Town in August 2005.

Limpopo Province obtained position two.

The following activities were played:

Morabaraba, Moruba, Khokho, Jukskei,

Kgati, Diketo, Dibeke, Intonga

siyadlala mass participation programme 2005 2006
SIYADLALA MASS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME 2005/2006

In the current financial year the programme

Identified additional four new Hubs i.e.

Kgapane Hub (Greater Letaba Municipality),

Masisi Hub (Mutale Municipality),

Ellandskraal Hub (Greater Marble hall

Municipality) and Mookgopong Hub

(Mookgopong Municipality)

coordinators and codes
COORDINATORS AND CODES

38 co-ordinators were employed, 9 in each

Hub. The following codes are played in the

new Hubs: Softball, Volleyball, Rugby,

Cricket, Swimming, Soccer, Netball,

Indigenous games and Boxing.

budget
BUDGET
  • So far R 752 000.00 is not yet

utilised excluding monthly stipends

(commitment register attached).

  • R 1, 918 000.00 was used for the

items indicated on the commitment register.

  • Total Budget allocated R 2, 670 000.00
plans for utilising the remaining budget
PLANS FOR UTILISING THE REMAINING BUDGET

A schedule is underway to launch four

additional Hubs in four districts

promotional materials
PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS

TOTAL @ R160 000

  • Banners
  • Posters
  • Flags
  • Flyers
  • Golf-shirts
  • T-shirts
playing attire
PLAYING ATTIRE

X 4 hubs

- Tops and shorts

equipments
EQUIPMENTS

Soccer

Softball

Rugby

Cricket

Volleyball

Indigenous games

Swimming

Boxing

monthly stipends for coordinators
MONTHLY STIPENDS FOR COORDINATORS

Total number of Coordinators 70

Activity Coordinators 62

Hub Coordinators 8

TOTAL STIPENDS R270 000

basic administration workshop
BASIC ADMINISTRATION WORKSHOP

(60 co-ordinators including officials & facilit6ators)

Transport for co-ordinators

Transport for facilitators

Accommodation and meals

Facilitator’s remuneration

conclusion
CONCLUSION

In promoting consistent mass recruitment

and marketing of the Hubs, periodical

events are held with other interested

Partners e.g. SAPS on Crime Prevention,

Department of Health on HIV/AIDS

campaign, municipalities on women and

child abuse etc.

conclusion1
CONCLUSION

It is projected that the programme will be

spread to all municipalities within the

province and nationally. Great consideration

is being taken to ensure that the

municipalities, with our efforts, will include

more allocation of resources within their

IDP’s.