The Department of Sport and Recreation invites you to submit written representations on the draft Amendment Bill to Sport and Recreation South Africa (‘’SRSA’’)
6765 have provided input so far. Have your say below.
The draft Amendment Bill seeks to amend the National Sport and Recreation Act, 1998 (Act No. 110 of 1998 as amended) as follows:
- delete, amend and insert certain definitions;
- provide for the promotion and development of sport and recreation;
- establish a Sport Arbitration Tribunal to resolve disputes between sport or recreation bodies;
- provide for and regulate combat sport;
- provide for and regulate the fitness industry;
- provide for the procedure in bidding for and hosting of international sports and recreation events;
- provide for the delegation of powers;
- provide for offences and penalties; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
Comments close on Friday, 28 February 2020
Have your say – shape this policy.
Important to note; This is a legally mandated public policy-shaping process. By using DearSA’s platform you ensure an accurate record is held by civil society (so government cannot dispute participation facts or figures) which forms a solid foundation for a legal case should the necessity arise. It is not a petition. Your input is immediately sent to government and must, by law, be individually acknowledged and considered. Had this been a petition, all public input would be grouped as a single submission.
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