SPORT FOR ALL

Sport for all! ……one of our strategic objectives is to encourage mass participation in sports SHUKUMA SWAZILAND By Dumisani Ntiwane (SNSRC Media Officer) Shukuma Swaziland! It is another lovely Thursday. It is yet another great opportunity for everyone to learn more about the operation...

MBABANE AFRICA EVANGELICAL CHURCH FAMILY DAY The Swaziland National Sports and Recreation Council was there to support the first ever Church Family Day by the Mbabane Africa Evangelical Church at Prince of Wales this past Saturday on the 10th of March 2018. The day began with a march from ...

  Shukuma Swaziland! Welcome to another edition of your favourite read. We can hardly wait for the first Shukuma programme of the year. Of course, this is our flagship programme, which encourages mass participation in sport and recreation activities. Hopefully, everyone is aware by no...

On Saturday, 24 February 2018 at Zakhele Sports Council was a day of showing how tough were you to conquer the almighty ‘Tuff One’ brought to you by the Golden Foot Club. Hundreds of athletes and fitness devotes from all walks of life participated in this amazing event at Zakhe...

Zone IV Boxing Championships, Maputo, Mozambique. Zweli Dlamini Unfortunate What appeared to be an easy win for our Commonwealth Games bound boxer turned out to be the opposite as the judges decided otherwise. The boxer gave it his all and deserved to progress to the next stage. Neverthele...

  The 2018 Zone IV Championships brought to you by AIBA (International Boxing Association) begin today at 1700hrs. In today’s session will see about 8 bouts taking place with boxers classified into their speciality weight categories.  1. RAJAB Otukile (Botswana) v Molefe Thabo ...

The Swaziland National Sport and Recreation Council (SNSRC) in conjunction with partners the Swaziland Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association (SOCGA) on Monday named the team to represent the country in the Commonwealth Games. A total of 10 athletes, from athletics, cycling and boxing ...

The Sigwe Inkhundla is set to host the first Shukuma programme of 2018, the Swaziland National Sport and Recreation Council (SNSRC) has announced. The Sigwe Inkhundla is coincidentally where Minister of Sport, Culture and Youth Affairs David ‘Cruiser’ Ngcamphalala hails from. After a b...