The Association of Barbel Fishers – where you will find information on Barbel, Barbel fishing and hopefully like minded anglers.Continue reading →
The club was founded in 1994 by shift workers from Tutuka Power Station who have a need to participate in organised fishing but cannot join a club angling on specific weekends. So the club adapts to our shift workers. We are located in Standerton and we have the prime of fishing waters around Grootdraai Dam.Continue reading →
Alberton Angling Club is a family friendly angling club where the emphasis is placed on competitive fishing and a suitable atmosphere for our membersContinue reading →
Amatola Hunters is a young, dynamic and progressive hunting and conservation association, based in East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa.Continue reading →
The African Chapter of IBO, the ABO, was established in 2005 by a group of dedicated archers, with the mutual desire to see that Bow hunter Education and 3-D Archery, expand and flourishContinue reading →
The South African home of traditional JKA Karate, recognized by the JKA World Federation Head Quarters, Japan. ‘The Keeper of Karate’s Highest Tradition.’
SAKA are the officially registered South African branch of the Japan Karate Association (日本空手協会; Nihon Karate Kyokai) founded on May 27, 1949. SA JKA is the largest group of JKA karate practitioners in the world outside Japan. Their grades are recognised internationally and in Japan. Their senseis train at the infamous Honbu in Tokyo as often as possible to ensure that standards remain at the highest level.
SAPU is the controlling body of Pool in South Africa and is affiliated to the All Africa Pool Association (AAPA) which in turn is affiliated to the World Pool Billiard Association (WPA). The objective of SAPU is to encourage, promote, develop and advance all disciplines of the sport of pool played nationally in the Republic of South Africa and any pool discipline falling under the auspices of WPA and which is played competitively by players under the jurisdiction of SAPU.Continue reading →
SAKF is the National Governing Body to administer,manage,run and develop the Sport of kabaddi in South Africa. SAKF has 9 provincial members and administering 3 forms of kabaddi namely; Court Kabaddi,Beach Kabaddi and Circle Kabaddi.Continue reading →
SAMCA is the South African Majorette and Cheerleading Association is the SASCOC (South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee) recognized Federation for Majorettes and Cheerleading in South Africa. They have Regional offices in 8 Provinces, making accessibility within reach for all athletes and interested shareholders.
The Association strives to promote and make the sport with its related activities available to any athlete in South Africa. Athletes in neighbouring countries who find the sport interesting are more than welcome to take part.Continue reading →
The National Blackball Federation is the official blackball pool authority in South Africa, affiliated to South African Pool UnionContinue reading →