Karate body elects new members

2016-05-12 06:00
The newly elected members of WKF Ugu karate region. Photo: suri moodley

The newly elected members of WKF Ugu karate region. Photo: suri moodley

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WORLD Karate Federation Ugu region held their annual general meeting recently under the auspices of Karate KwaZulu-Natal with Shihan Ben Mare, Sensei Bheki Duma and Jay Machie­ (Ugu Sports Federation).

The AGM elected Sensei Coenie Vrey as chairman, Sensei Granr Selkon (vice-chairman), Sensei Elsie Pretorious (secretary), Morgan Moonsamy (treasurer) Shihan Pikkas Windell (technical convener) and Shihan Dave Millar (tournament director).

The committee is Sensei Frank Moodley, Sensei Krish Reddy, Sensei Leon Gagiano and Sensei Jay Rambaros­.

WKF Ugu karate region is affiliated to Karate KwaZulu-Natal and Karate South Africa, the only recognised bodies­ that can award Ugu colours, KZN colours and Protea colours to karateka­. - Supplied.


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