DCNF launched in 2018 with a fanfare of TV/Radio and media overage
DCNF was officially launched at Magangeni Primary School in Malamulele, Limpopo. The location of the launch was of huge significance as this is where the founder of DCNF was discovered and played her first ever netball match.
Dumisani now regularly appears on TV & Radio promoting netball in South Africa, the benefits of netball for empowering girls in rural communities and – of course the Netball Foundation.
- SABC – SPORT - HERE https://twitter.com/i/status/1034718031124070400
- NetballA TV – HERE https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=10153919800093788
- SABC – SPORT – HERE https://youtu.be/WjU7TxJR6kw
You can help us support DCNF
You can help The Women’s Sports Network translate NETBALLMoJo into to Zulu and have it modified culturally and practically for a Zulu audience in rural communities. £3,000 will modify NETBALLMoJo, re-print and deliver 500 copies to those communities to encourage girls into netball, give them a better understanding of personal hygiene, help engage with local elders and potentially attract new sponsors.
Donate to the DCNF Crowdfunding program – HERE
DCNF - Case study - Dumi on TV & Radio
Increasingly Dumisani Chauke is asked to speak on national radio and TV. Here she is taking Massi Metro Radio about the Foundation and the opportunities it brings for girls in South Africa who want to play netball and see Dumi as a role model for the game. And again in discussion with “DJ Sbu Breakfast” show where they chatted about the opportunity to speak about the foundation.
Dumisani Chauke Netball Foundation
South African Women and Sport Foundation
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