Rest In Peace Ms. Phindile Mwelase
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Ms. Phindile Mwelase.
Ms. Mwelase, a female light middleweight boxer, died on Saturday 25 October 2014 in hospital after being in a coma since her last contest on the 10 of October 2014. Boxing SA not only grieves at the passing of a wonderful and tremendous individual but also for the loss her family suffers. Our hearts and prayers go out to them at this difficult time..... read more
RATINGS AS AT 1 JANUARY 2015
This month's ratings shows some dramatic changes due to a number of Boxers being removed from the ratings due to inactivity, the Ratings Criteria is clear on this point that all Boxers whom has competed the year prior to the current year may still be rated however once the current year pass , such Boxers is to be removed, so all those Boxers whom has last competed in 2013 has now been removed from the ratings, however once such a Boxer become active again a ranking will be consider however that doesn't mean such a Boxer will automatically be rated in the same position as prior, if a rating is granted. I ensure that all records has been carefully checked prior too releasing the Ratings. I would like to encourage Managers and Promoters of rated Boxers to keep them active and that Boxers must remember a top 10 National rating doesn't automatically entitles you challenging for the National title, actually giving a rating, you as Boxer has been tasked to prove beyond doubt that your National rating is justified, so yes being active is very important and your co-operation with your Trainers, Managers, Matchmakers and Promoters regarding your activity rate is of absolute importance.
Heavyweight : - Osborne Machimani, Hein van Bosch & Sibusiso Sibiya whom held the top 3 positions together with Juan Bezuidenhoudt has been removed due to inactivity. Donovan Luff outpointed Vusumzi Mlindwa over 10 rds while Sithembile August returned to the ring and stopped former nr 1 rated Jr Heavyweight, Unathi Jacobs in the 4th rd. Ruann Visser needed just 33 seconds to knock out Suggi Fox in the USA. Donovan Luff move into mandatory position with Sithembile August entering ratings at nr 2, while Tshimanga,Potgieter and Makabu each move up one position and Visser's victory sees him overtaking Marc Subramoney, Vusumzi Mlindwa and Unathi Jacobs enters the ratings respectively at nr 7 and 9.
Expression of Interest
Invitation to Prospective Service Providers/Suppliers for Registration on
the Supplier Database of Boxing South Africa
Boxing South Africa wishes to invite Suppliers/ Service Providers to register on the database for the following areas.
Suppliers / Service Providers providing the following are encouraged to register:
* Stationery & printing * Cleaning and Security Services * Catering Services * Office Equipment * Office Furniture * ICT Equipment * Software & licensing * Courier Services * Marketing & branding * Training * Travel & accommodation * Courier services * Professional services.
The following documents must be attached to the suppliers database form upon submission:
*Original tax clearance certificate * Copies of CIPC / CIPRO documents * Proof of Banking details * Business Profile * BBBEE certificate (if applicable) * Any other relevant documents.
We also request those suppliers/service providers who are already on our data system to re-submit.
Any enquiries can be directed to the Finance Department at Central Office , Tel: (011) 318 8434
Boxing Long-Term Contracts
CIRCULAR TO ALL BOXING STAKEHOLDERS:
BOXING LONG-TERM CONTRACTS (Boxer - Promoter)
I hope you are well.
This circular serves to inform ALL Boxing SA licensees (Boxers, Managers, Promoters, Trainers and Officials) that Boxing SA has reviewed long-term contracts.
Licensees are hereby informed that the long-term Contract between a Boxer and a Promoter will be as follows:
Duration: One Year (Twelve Months)
Minimum Fights to be provided by Promoter: Two (2) Fights per year,
Maximum number of Fights to be provided by Promoter : Four (4) Fights per year,
All long-term contracts are subject to the South African Boxing Act No.11 of 2001, Section 24 and 25, and Boxing Regulations of 2004 and penalties that will be determined by Boxing SA on non-compliance to such contracts will be enforced.
THE END !!!!!
Issued by: Mr. Moffat Qithi (CEO-Boxing SA)