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Female Boxing Activity Across South Africa
The month of August 2017

The month when the entire country celebrates our mothers, aunts, sisters, daughters, female colleagues and of course, role models and heroines!… also the month when we reflect on our women empowerment programs and check how far we’ve gone to break down stereotypes against women and the girl child!

As boxing community, let’s take a moment and appreciate our women in boxing! The beautiful, powerful and majestic queens of the pugilist world! In this month of Women, we have already sanctioned no less than five South African Title Fights, through which opportunity will be afforded for female fighters to realize their dreams to defend their titles or challenge to become national champions!



Download full schedule here

Memo To All Boxers
Request For Medical Examination: Brain Scan

Dear Boxer.

Following your application for or renewal of a BSA boxing license, this serves to request you to submit a certified medical brain scan from a certified medical practitioner or institution for our records and future reference. This is in accordance to BSA Rules and Regulations 3 (4) which states that:

Boxing SA shall annually, in the case of an application by a boxer for the renewal of his or her registration who is 35 years or older for registration, require the boxer to submit himself or herself, at his or her expense, to the medical examinations and test that Boxing SA deem appropriate in order to determine whether it is in the best interest of his or her mental or physical well-being to continue boxing.

The requirement is effective immediately and no boxer, in this age category, will be allowed to participate in any fight without meeting this requirement.

Please forward the documents to Tshireletso Seakamela on e-mail at

We thank you for your cooperation.


Ms. Cindy Nkomo
Director: Operations

July Ratings Notes

Greetings!!! – Another successful month with many tournaments taking place around the country and some very interesting results. We have a new SA Champion in Thompson Mokwana outpointing Mzonke Fana for the SA Lightweight title.

Rofhiwa Maemu added the ABU Featherweight title, Prince Dlomo, Michael Mokoena, Ruann Visser,Thembani Mbangatha,Kizito Ruhamnye,Lewis Bukasa,Jackson Masamba,Fiston Kabamba,Fernando Silver, Fernando Rodriquez, France Ramabulo,Kilola Lubika Didier, Ayanda Nogogo, Jimmy Mabundji, Antonio Mayala, Mnikela Ndema, Siya Mabena, Gregory Gans, Onke Khanzi,Onke Duku and Melissa Miller all had impressive fights.

Also good to see Lusanda Komanisi back in action.

Well done to all Boxers in South Africa – you all did well.

In the new Ratings all SA Licensed Boxers has been rated separately from the International Boxers based in SA.

We are looking forward to all the upcoming shows and results.

Keep up the good work.

God Blesses you all

The SA Ratings Committee

Boxing SA Hosts Promoters' Workshop

Boxing SA held a two day-workshop with promoters. The worskhop took place on the 11th and 12th August 2017 at the SABC M1 Studio in Auckland Park. Part of the objectives of the worksphop was to take stock of the state of professional boxing in South Africa from a perspective of promotion and to remind all of the prescripts of the Boxing Act and Boxing Regulations with regard to promotion. With SABC in attendance, considerations were made to the broadcast framework aimed at increasing boxing broadcast on public broadcaster platforms.

The workshop also created a platform for the sharing of experience and best practice among promoters. At the end of the end of the two-day workshop there were reflections and frank disuccions on housekeeping issues and a process was put in motion for the establishment of a national promoters association.

Click here to download the presentations.

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