Schools have been told that they can return to sport but what does that mean?
Can you return to sport?
What does it mean that schools sport has returned?
Are there limits in the way that you can return to sport?
What happens if you break the rules in returning to sport?
Bongani Zondi - Deputy Director: at Department of Basic Education in the Sport and Enrichment Directorate.
Mr Zondi is responsible for coordination and management of sport and enrichment programmes in education. These include school sport, arts and culture programmes such as the choral programmes.
Some of these programmes are performed in collaboration with the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture (DSAC) as well as with a variety of partners such as the Motsepe Foundation and Transnet.
Mr Zondi will be able to answer questions about the return to sport and how the department is working with sporting federations and unions to get sport back up and running.
Sport around the world has changed overnight due to the coronavirus and has become more efficient and focused to allow all players not matter their ability to express themselves the best that they can be on the sporting field.
As a coach you need to stay ahead of the curve and keep yourself updated with all the new training tips and methodologies. We enable you to do this through our fortnightly webinars with a generic focus on sport.
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