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Published on May 2, 2008

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KPMG’s FIFA 2010 World Cup Seminar 22nd February 2006:  KPMG’s FIFA 2010 World Cup Seminar 22nd February 2006 Sport and Development Presented by Mr. Moss Mashishi President of SASCOC Background:  Background Since 1995, 1996, 1999 when we hosted and won the Rugby World Cup, AFCON and African Games, we have been on a downward slide In football we have moved from heroes in 1996 AFCON champions to the worst side ever to qualify for AFCON The demographic transformation of our national teams is behind in most codes. 1 What is the root cause of the problem?:  What is the root cause of the problem? Problem multifaceted – blaming racism too simplistic 2 Causal factors :  Causal factors Divided macro-sports dispensation No coherent national vision, strategy and Development Plan No sufficient and holistic funding policy No sufficient investment in administrative and leadership training Pockets of racism or prejudice still evident in team selection policies 3 Way forward:  Way forward Post Sydney Olympic Games 2000, Mr. Ngconde Balfour set up the Ministerial Task Team (MTT) process to investigate and recommend new Inclusive Macro-Sport Dispensation in South Africa. Agreement to amalgamate 6 macro-bodies into one body: SASCOC NOCSA SACGA Sports Commission USSASA SASSU DISSA Create two focuses: High Performance (SASCOC) Recreational / mass-based (Dept) Regarding Macro-Sport Dispensation 4 SASCOC Responsibilities:  SASCOC Responsibilities Implementation of a national macro sport development programme in support of the National Federations programmes. Assemble, select, and present multi-coded Team SA to global events including World Games, Commonwealth Games, All Africa Games, Olympic Games and Para-olympic Games. 5 Way forward cont..:  Way forward cont.. National vision, strategy and Development Plan 2a) Vision 2014: Adopted at Presidence Council August 2005 : Bottom-up each NF produce own plan : Elements of plans:- mid-term (5years) – long- term (10 years), no more short-term outlook - measurable outcomes - costed over the period - prefer language of targets than quotas Agreed must prioritise, however not marginalise Make 2005 – 2014 a decade of fundamental development and transformation of our sport 6 Way Forward cont…:  Way Forward cont… 2b) National Academy System (Athletes support system from talent identification to international participation) Provincial Academies Feed into National Academy Integrate school, tertiary programmes Integrate SA Games & other competitions into the Development continuum Scientific and Medical support Mental and muscle training Psychological support 7 Way forward cont…:  Way forward cont… Funding policy Government: mainly Department of Sport – mass based Lottery: High Performance and selected projects Sponsorships: mainly High Performance, big NF’s – Rugby, Football, etc. Analysis: currently 12% lottery and distribution, should be +20% Optimize current distribution ±R372 m annual - spread too wide and thin Engage lottery to fund against above plans Fund against 5 years (mid-term) to 10 years (long-term) Align funding circle with planning circle 8 Way forward cont…:  Way forward cont… Ethos Putting athletes first Professionalism - Corporate Governance - Volunteerism - Inadequate training Selection and racism charges: Concern that selection not always amount to participation Administration Capacity 9 2010:  2010 FIFA - SAFA – LOC: Actual Event Preparation SAFA: Team preparation 1996 – 2006: From AFCON Champion to AFCON worst team Hosted and won 1996 AFCON Second position 1998 Third position 2000 Quarter finalist 2002 Failure proceed 1st round 2004 Failure to earn a point or score a goal 2006 Host Team performance is critical for overall event success 10 Urgent Response Necessary:  Urgent Response Necessary Close collaboration for preparation of Amaglug-glug for Beijing Olympics 2008 between SAFA and SASCOC Prepare, qualify for AFCON 2008 Ghana Bafana should be placed under a separate structure / foundation under the auspices of SAFA that can allow for broader expertise in the country to be brought in to drive the overall turn around strategy for Bafana Bafana. 11 Urgent Response Necessary cont..:  A top international coach, with local assistance Greater involvement of past Bafana players Secure funding for the team to allow it to develop into a formidable competitor Egypt in a sense may yet be a blessing in disguise if we respond with the requisite sense of urgency. Urgent Response Necessary cont.. 12 Thank you!:  Thank you! 13

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