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  • Champion of Champions

    Dancesport Championships™

    Portia Primary Auditorium, Lansdowne

    17 September 2022

Champion of Champions

Dancesport Championships™

Portia Primary Auditorium, Landowne

 

Championship programme



17 SEPTEMBER 2022

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS 

Registration Times TBC

ProAm

Medallist Ballroom and Latin American including Single Sections, Solo

Belly Dance

Hip Hop

Wheelchair Dance

Amateur (Jun – Champ) Dress Section (R/S – Champ) & Professional
Ballroom Finals

Amateur (Jun – Champ) Dress Section (R/S – Champ) & Professional Latin
Finals

FINAL  PRESENTATION

 

About the Champion of Champions

Dancesport Championships™ 

Who We Are



Section 21 Company
Founder Member of World Dance Council (WDC)

The SADF is A Section 21 Company not having a share capital (not for gain), acting in the collective interests of dancers, technical workers, administrators, educators, club heads, studio owners, schools, dance companies and service providers within the Dance Industry.

The SADF is a Founder member of the World Dance Council (WDC), established in 1935, member of the WDC Amateur League (WDC AL), member of the International Dance Organisation (IDO) and the Council of International Dance of UNESCO (CID-UNESCO).

History of South African Dance Foundation

Who We Are



Historically, a system of segregation existed between black and white Dance Associations in South Africa. It is estimated that in those dark days of apartheid there were approximately 10 times the amount of black participants dancing in the townships around the country than there were white dancers in the exclusively white Associations.

In the townships, unlike in the white cities, facilities were inadequate, good lessons were expensive and quality training was not available to the majority of dancers. The imbalances which were then legislated resulted in white couples winning national events and this in turn resulted in very little international exposure township dancers and their clubs.

In 1992 the formulation of the first unified body of dance in South Africa, bringing together four major role players, namely, two formerly white Associations, South African Dance Teachers Association (SADTA) and Republic Dance Teachers Association (RDTA) and two formerly black Associations, Africa Dance Academy (ADA) and Southern African Confederation of Dance (SACODA). The mediator of this Unity was chaired by Mr. Bill Irvine MBE from England who was invited by the North West Government during the 1994 Rumba in the Jungle.

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Board of Directors

In Alphabetical Order



Andre Cloete

Director of Membership

Frans Sema

Chairperson of SADF

Harold Van Buuren

Director of Freestyle, Theatre

Liteboho Sekoto

Director of Disabled Dance

Marion Baxter

Chief Executive Officer

Mark Engelbrecht 

Director of Social

Neville Matjie

Director

Tyrone Watkins

Director of Technical

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TECHNICAL

The Technical Committee is devoted and committed to ensuring excellence and meticulous attention to all Dance related technical requirements for all SADF Faculties.

DISABLED

The Faculty aims to create an Open and inclusive platform for dancers with disabilities.

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Email: dancesport@sadancefoundation.co.za

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