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The Sports Trust - Sports Court Handover, NW - 10th June 2016 (14)
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Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA) is the national government department responsible for sport in South Africa. Aligned with its vision of creating “An Active and Winning Nation”, its primary focuses are providing opportunities for all South Africans to participate in sport; managing the regulatory framework thereof, and providing funding for different codes of sport.

SRSA supports The Sports Trust, through which they are able to deliver on sustainable infrastructure for disadvantaged communities and continue to build active communities through sport and recreation. They continue to deliver on their vision of ensuring that by 2030 sports facilities will be rolled out to most township schools all over the country.  This  will serve to address the issues of sports development, transformation as well as national awareness of health, education and social development. As of 2016, a total of 53 multipurpose sports courts have been installed around South  Africa through this partnership.

The multipurpose sports court   provides a sustainable solution to ensure that more learners and the disabled members can have access to play sport and caters for  five (5) sporting codes on one (1) court :

•    5 a side soccer (futsal),

•    netball,

•    basketball,

•    volleyball

•    Tennis

This facility has a twenty year lifespan, fifteen year warranty and is made up of interlocking tiles, that provide lateral forgiveness and minimal impact on the joints of the players. It has also been audited and verified as “Zero Waste” and environmentally friendly, which is in line with the Sports Trust’s ‘green’ policy of helping to protect the environment. It also ensures that learners can play sport in a safe and secure environment.

visit www.srsa.gov.za

National Lotteries Commission (NLC) allocates funds to non-profit organisations that play a role in the development of our South African society: through sport and recreation activities, through initiatives in the areas of arts, culture, national heritage and conservation, and through social services – including community health and literacy projects.

The Sports Trust acts as a conduit for SRSA to the NLC for implementation of key sports projects, and has worked with NLC in order to implement sports facilities in and around South Africa according the required specifications, and within disadvantaged communities and schools.

visit www.nlcsa.org.za

 Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA) is the national government department responsible for sport in South Africa. Aligned with its vision of creating “An Active and Winning Nation”, its primary focuses are providing opportunities for all South Africans to participate in sport; managing the regulatory framework thereof, and providing funding for different codes of sport.

SRSA supports The Sports Trust, through which they are able to deliver on sustainable infrastructure for disadvantaged communities and continue to build active communities through sport and recreation. The continue to deliver on their vision of ensuring that by 2030 sports facilities will be rolled out to most township schools all over the country.  This  will serve to address the issues of sports development, transformation as well as national awareness of health, education and social development. As of 2016, a total of 53 multipurpose sports courts have been installed around South  Africa through this partnership.

The multipurpose sports court   provides a sustainable solution to ensure that more learners and the disabled members can have access to play sport and caters for  five (5) sporting codes on one (1) court :

•    5 a side soccer (futsal),

•    netball,

•    basketball,

•    volleyball

•    Tennis

This facility has a twenty year lifespan, fifteen year warranty and is made up of interlocking tiles, that provide lateral forgiveness and minimal impact on the joints of the players. It has also been audited and verified as “Zero Waste” and environmentally friendly, which is in line with the Sports Trust’s ‘green’ policy of helping to protect the environment. It also ensures that learners can play sport in a safe and secure environment.

visit www.srsa.gov.za

National Lotteries Commission (NLC) allocates funds to non-profit organisations that play a role in the development of our South African society: through sport and recreation activities, through initiatives in the areas of arts, culture, national heritage and conservation, and through social services – including community health and literacy projects.

The Sports Trust acts as a conduit for SRSA to the NLC for implementation of key sports projects, and has worked with NLC in order to implement sports facilities in and around South Africa according the required specifications, and within disadvantaged communities and schools.

visit www.nationallottery.co.za