Sport

AMANDLA EduFootball: Finance Officer

AMANDLA EduFootball is a sport for development organisation that tackles social inequality through providing thousands of South African youth with access to safe spaces, innovative ‘Fair Play Football’, and holistic education programmes. 

AMANDLA seeks to appoint a part-time Finance Officer, based Cape Town.

The main scope of the position is to manage the organisation’s accounting and financial controlling system. Additionally the successful candidate will be responsible for some general HR and office management tasks and report directly to the organisation’s Directors.

SCORE: Office Administrator / Bookkeeper

SCORE is an international non-profit organisation specialising in community development through sport and recreation.  With its origins in South Africa in 1991, SCORE now has autonomous national offices in South Africa, Namibia, Zambia and the Netherlands, each supported by the SCORE International office in Cape Town.

SCORE seeks to appoint an Office Administrator/Bookkeeper, based at its head office in Cape Town.

Grassroot Soccer: Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Grassroot Soccer (GRS) has a decade of proven experience leveraging the global power of soccer to prevent HIV and AIDS. To date, over 600 000 young people have graduated from GRS programmes in 22 countries around the world. GRS was founded in 2002 by a close group of friends who witnessed the devastation of HIV among their professional soccer teammates in Zimbabwe. Since that time, GRS has evolved into one of the leading sport for development public health non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Sport for Social Change Network: Finance and Administration Officer

The Sport for Social Change Network (SSCN) Southern Africa is a dynamic network of 40 nongovernmental organisations from seven Southern African countries. The SSCN mandate is to grow and enhance the Sport for Development sector through advocacy, marketing and communication, education and training and networking to reach this goal. The network is supported by NIKE South Africa and by GIZ’s Youth Development through Football (YDF) project.

The SSCN seeks to appoint a full-time Finance and Administration Officer for its Secretariat based in Pretoria.

NGO Volunteers All-African Games

The Mozambique Red Cross Society (MRCS) has partnered with the government's ministry of youth and sport to provide first aid assistance to athletes during the 10th All-Africa Games.

Under the government agreement, MRCS trained volunteers in first aid for the games, and provided them with the first aid kits and equipment to deliver a world class service.

"The recently acquired ten ambulances have put the Mozambique Red Cross Society in a better position to be a strategic partner in these All Africa Games," says Américo José Ubisse, MRCS secretary-general.

Giving Youth the Opportunity to Change their Lives and Communities Through Sport

“I want to thank Sinazo and the young leaders, for bringing me into sport. If it were not for them, I do not know what I would be doing,” said sixteen year old Anita Kanuka from Western Cape township, Mbekweni. From a community riddled with drug and alcohol abuse, Anita left the streets and joined the football field under the guidance and mentorship of female coach Sinazo Magele. Sinazo joined SCORE only a year ago, but within this short time, she has used sport to build friendships and respect from girls in her community. “She is a sister to everyone,” continues Anita.

Young Sports Leaders Encourage their Community to Get Moving!

Confident young sports leaders in Mbekweni, in the Western Cape, put their communication skills into practice by embarking on a four-day door-to-door campaign to increase community involvement at the Mbekweni Community Sport Centre, as part of an outreach campaign by sport and development organisation, SCORE.

Seventeen year old Sisanda Masila from Ihlumelo High School was joined by other sports leaders in Mbekweni, near Paarl, to talk to residents about the benefits of using the facility.

Going the Extra Mile to Recognise Sport

South Africa is facing many development challenges. To make things worse, many development organisations are experiencing serious financial and other constraints at the moment. Philanthropist, David Barnard, is actively responding to this situation by competing in one of the world’s toughest races, the Sahara Race 2011, to raise money and awareness for NGOs at the forefront of development and community work in South Africa.

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