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Hanshi Sonny Pillay appointed to WKF Technical Commission

Some exciting news as Hanshi Sonny Pillay has been appointed a member of the World Karate Federation technical commission. See the article that appeared in the Post below:

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Don't Miss The Grand Celebration!

KSA to honour its Proteas and "High Flyers" on 14 July in Durban at a Gala Dinner Banquet.


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TEAM KSA CONQUERS AFRICA with record breaking performance

Team KSA won a record 15 medals at the recent ALL AFRICA CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 in Cameroon

Amidst the 15 medal haul were THREE All AFRICA "UFAK" CHAMPIONS (gold medallists)

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Membership Invitation

KSA reiterates its position in respect of its open door policy with regards to application for affiliation by karate clubs who wish to become members of the KSA family.

Click here for the official invitation letter


Letter received from the WKF President:

"Karate and the WKF are OLYMPIC!! Objective accomplished. This in an historic achievement and a milestone that will mark the future of our sport and of our Federation. Now we have to keep on working hard to address the innumerable challenges ahead of us.

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KSA Achieves a "Victory for Justice" once again!

“The OLYMPIC WKF brand is firmly intact in South Africa in respect of the logical conclusion reached with regards to the arbitration KSA vs SASCOC certainly a watershed moment indeed“ says Sonny Pillay Hanshi, the KSA president

“KSA continues to move onward and upward and there is no turning back“ concluded the President of KSA Pillay Hanshi

Click on the links to view the Arbitration Report and Arbitrator's Award.

KSA has already received positive feedback from around the country:

"Congratulations and well done to you & KSA, and the legal team. It shows once again that believing in the right thing plus perseverance will guarantee a positive result." - Johan van Zyl, Chairman Overberg region KSA

"Well done as this has been a great achievement! KSA will now finally be allowed to take its rightful place in South African sport. Through your perseverance we can now finally start concentrating on getting our competitors ready for the Olympics in 2020 and beyond!" - John Daniels,KAWC President

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