MUT E-Sport and Aerobics Hip-Hop Coach continues to fly the University flag high at the University Sports South Africa (USSA). After serving for three years as the secretary of the USSA Aerobics National Committee, Sandzile Dlamini has now been re-appointed to serve another tenure as chairperson.
Every three years at USSA competitions, an Annual General Meeting is held for all universities affiliated to that particular sporting Code to choose a committee that would be responsible for administration, and logistics of that particular sporting codes for all universities. Sandzile explains that these committees are responsible for organising and hosting the annual competition, ensuring that the competitions run smoothly, ensuring that judges and instructors are of world standards, and facilitate selection of teams in preparation for world student games.
For Sandzile, the appointment presents an opportunity to be able to input positive change and growth of the sport towards international competitive standards for our athletes. He will be representing MUT in the highest university sport level as he participates in influencing change and growth of the sport not only nationally but also internationally. “The appointment means that MUT Sports benefits by having representation on bridging the gap between developing institutions and developed institutions regarding competitive sports,” said Sandzile.
The appointment of Sandzile as chairperson will also boost MUT’s efforts in cultivating the capacity to produce future leaders in sports, towards the goal of being anchoring MUT with its immediate communities through sports.