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Zim athletes for regional awards


Zim athletes for regional awards

MEDIA RELEASE
9 MAY 2018
VOTING HAS STARTED FOR THE PRESTIGIOUS REGIONAL ANNUAL SPORTS AWARDS (RASA 2018)

Voting has began for The African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 third
edition of Regional Annual Sports Awards (RASA 2018), scheduled to take place in
Johannesburg on the 26 May 2018, hosted by South Africa at Birchwood Hotel.

Stanley Mutoya, the AUSC Region 5 CEO says he is excited to see the RASA brand
grow the manner in which it has since its inaugural edition in 2016. “Today we have
9 member countries taking part in the third edition, a serious growth because in 2016
we only had 5 member countries taking part. This is an indication that we have a
good product to commercialize and know the corporates in our region will be keen to
partner with us”
As per the AUSC Region 5 Awards Rulebook, the primary mandate of the AUSC
Region 5 is to encourage all ten member countries to host national sport awards
preceding the RASA. The winners at country level are automatically entered as
RASA nominees. All these nominees are already winners in their own right, and now
it’s all about triumph at the regional level.

Since the inaugural edition in 2016, the RASA event and the excitement it brings has
grown at country level during the hosting of national awards. Winners of national
sport awards look forward to be paired with There are talks to have more activities
during the RASA week to further give this event more excitement and opportunities
for the nominees and corporates interact with local hosting country’s citizens by
giving back in a social responsibility initiatives.

The 2018 RASA will see two new editions to the basket of excitement. The Nelson
Mandela Centenary celebration will form part of the activation plan. Nelson Mandela
played a pivotal role in the liberation struggle of South Africa and is revert
internationally as an icon and a sport legend. We are exuberated that his legacy and
the celebration of 100 years will be part of RASA 2018 event. Also, for this third
edition of RASA 2018, a regional boxing bonanza and Regional Professionals
Boxing seminar will be part of the activities that will take place, leading up the night
of glimpse and glamour were the winners fro the 2018 edition will be announced.

The hosting of RASA in 2019 will start going on rotational basis, and member
countries will host in an alphabetical order starting Namibia. “We once again extend
the Region’s gratitude to the government and people of the Republic of South Africa
for stepping up and offering to host the second edition RASA,” concludes Mutoya.

 

THE NOMINEES ARE …
JUNIOR SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR
1. Teboho Lelimo, Chess, Lesotho.
2. Thandolwethu Motsa, Taekwondo, Kingdom eSwatini.
3. Delano Muller, Kickboxing, Namibia
4. Karabo Sibanda, Athletics, Botswana
5. Kennedy Luchembe, Athletics , Zambia

JUNIOR SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR
1. Tshegofatso Tsiang Tennis, Botswana
2. ‘Malillo Phera, Chess, Lesotho
3. Charlize Van Zyl, Gymnastics Namibia
4. Carlota Munave, Taekwondo, Kingdom eSwatini
5. Lubuuto Bwalya, Chess, Zambia
6. Tanyaradzwa Muzinda, Motorcross, Zimbabwe

SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR
1. Ofentse Bakwadi, Karate, Botswana.
2. Peter Banda, Football, Malawi.
3. Julius Indongo, Boxing, Namibia,
4. Luvo Manyonga, Athletics South Africa.
5. Sibusiso Matsenjwa, Athletics, Kingdom eSwatini.
6. Patson Daka, Football Zambia.
7. Samson Muripo, Karate, Zimbabwe

SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR
1. Onkemetse Francis, Chess, Botswana
2. Neheng Khatala, Athletics, Lesotho.
3. Tabitha Chawinga, Football, Malawi.
4. Helalia Johannes, Athletics, Namibia,
5. Caster Semenya, Athletics, South Africa.
6. Phumlile Ndzinisa, Athletics, Kingdom eSwatini
7. Mupopo Kabange, Athletics, Zambia
8. Helen Costa Sinclair, Bodybuilding, Zimbabwe

SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR WITH A DISABILITY
1. Keatlaretse Mabote, Athletics, Botswana
2. Johannes Nambala, Athletics, Namibia.
3. Dyan Buis, Athletics, South Africa.
4. Mcebo Dludlu, Athletics, Kingdom eSwatini
5. Elford Moyo, Wheelchair racing, Zimbabwe

SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR WITH A DISABILITY
1. Nonofo Zingwa, Special Olympics, Botswana.
2. Lahja Ishitile, Athletics, Namibia.
3. Illse Hayes, Athletics, South Africa.
4. Phenduliwe Mavuso, Athletics, Kingdom eSwatini
5. Margaret Bangajena, Wheelchair racing, Zimbabwe

SPORTS TEAM OF THE YEAR
1. Botswana 4 x 400 meters Men Relay, Athletics, Botswana
2. Namibian U20 National Team, Rugby, Namibia
3. Springbok Sevens Team, Rugby, South Africa
4. Sihlangu Semnikati – Football, Kingdom eSwatini
5. Zambia Football U20 National Team, Football, Zambia
6. Zimbabwe Rugby Sevens, Rugby, Zimbabwe

COACH OF THE YEAR
1. Mogomotsi Otsetswe, Athletics, Botswana
2. Griffin Saenda Junior, Football, Malawi.
3. Nestor Tobias, Boxing, Namibia
4. Jean Verster, Athletics, South Africa
5. Thabo Vilakati, Football Kingdom eSwatini.
6. Beston Chambeshi, Football, Zambia

JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
1. Ramajake Monamane, Lesotho
2. OG Molefe, South Africa
3. Ntokozo Magongo,Kingdom eSwatini
4. Mathews Kabamba, Zambia

SPORTSPERSON OF THE YEAR
1. Karabo Sibanda, Athletics Botswana.
2. Bernadetta Mzika, Football, Malawi,
3. Luvo Manyonga, Athletics South Africa.
4. Tony Tsabedze, Football, Kingdom eSwatini.
5. Samson Muripo, Karate, Zimbabwe

ENDS

 

 


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