Master Cho’s mission to our shores was to evaluate the standard of Taekwondo in Durban and most importantly to demonstrate the proper Taekwondo techniques to local students.
Some of his achievements this year have been his selection as part of the KZN Craven Week team and the SA Schools Under 19 team that played in the Under 19 International Series against France, Wales and England in Cape Town in July.
“This grant in aid assistance has been applied for by the club for many years, unfortunately, we have not been successful in the past,” said Tintin Pillay, secretary of the Reservoir Hills Sports Club.
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His mother, Charmaine King, thanked all the sponsors and those who participated in making the tournament a success.
Kainon’s marketing co-ordinator, Justina Wasserman, said that their golf day was a huge success and thanked the local security company for their continued support.
Race organiser, Annie Batchelder said, “The race continues to grow in appeal and popularity every year and we are proud that it has become a catalyst for economic growth in the province.”
The league matches under the eThekwini Metro Netball Federation is reaching its final stages and the excitement is building up as the league winners will be promoted to participate at Hoy Park next season.
Facing off stiff competition, the school managed to emerge victorious. Resmount Primary came out second and Durwest-Durban Heights was placed third.
The highlight of the event was when Shihan Sam Nkosi,the president of Northern Cape Karate presented the founder, president and chief instructor, Master Kyoshi Eric Govender 7th Dan an award as a token of appreciation for his contribution to karate in the country.