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Royal Bafokeng Sports Athletics Club
Programme Status:
Approved Active
Programme Number: 1861
Programme Executive Summary (Scope):

To develop and equip athletes in and outside our community, physically, emotionally and spiritually to become great athletes competing in provincial, national and international competitions. Interested and talented candidates are identified in all villages through schools competitions. The identified athletes undergo development through training sessions facilitated by well-trained coaches. Some athletes end up competing with national and international champions, and some are awarded with scholarships to further up their studies.

In Scope:

  • Train athletes from the age of 12yrs and above - Developement, intermediate and Elite athletes
  • Train and develop coaches.
  • Build athletes to compete in the National Championship level.
  • Build athletes to participate internationally and become competitive in that level.
  • Create role models within our communities
Key Focus Area: Sport Development
Focus Areas: Education and Skills Development, Health and Social Development, Sport Development, Governance & Administration
Beneficiaries: Traditional leaders/Governance, Community, Children, Senior Citizens, Youth, South African Government
Regions: North Region, Central Region, North East Region, South East Region, Capital Region
Villages: Phokeng, Kgale, Lefaragatlha, Bobounja, Lenatong, Luka, Chaneng, Diepkuil (Maile), Kanana, Serutube, Tantanana, Tlaseng, Marakana & Mosenthal, Roodekraalspruit, Kopman (Maile), Thekwane, Photsaneng, Mfidikwe, Mabitse, Tlapa & Tlapa East, Mogono, Tsitsing, Rasimone, Mafenya, Lesung, Mafika, Maile Extension, Leloreng, Motsitle (Mamerotse), Mogojane, Robega
Institutions: Royal Bafokeng Sports (RBS)
Baseline Start Date: Monday 13 January 2014
Actual Start Date: Monday 13 January 2014
Approved Annual Budget: Hidden
Budget Variance:
2021 Year to date budget: Hidden
2021 Year to date expenses: Hidden
2021 Budget variance to date: 0 %
2021 Percentage of annual budget spent: 0 %
Risks: 5
Issues: Unresolved: 0
Resolved: 10
Total: 10



Gallery Images
ARB athletes show casing their talent at the Inter High schools @ Royal Bafokeng sports palace in February 2014
Athletics Royal Bafokeng Elite athletes
Gold medalist Tsholofelo Thipe won at the International Super Grant rix held in Congo Brazzaville in July 2008
Inter high athletics hosted at Royal Bafokeng sports Palace. ARB athletes representing us the in the 800m event
Our Senior ARB athletes at the Senior National Championships in Pretoria Tekkies.
our Silwer medalist Jacob Rozani in the 800m finals at the Nationals Senior Athletics Championships in Pretoria April 2014
Provincial Championships held at Olympia Park Stadium in March 2014. ARB athletes qualified for Nationals
Simon Magakwe at the schools Inter high @ Royal Bafokeng. He ran the 110m with the U/19 running their 100m final
Tumelo Rapiri 400m SA junior champion(First Royal Bafokeng National Champ)

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