Amawundlu is a non-profit organisation offering sustainable sport development programmes for schools.

We provide sports coaching and teach mini-cricket, mini-soccer, mini-hockey, ball skills and indigenous games e.g. Ushumpu (like dodge ball) and 3 tins (a race to knock down and stack tins – excellent for hand/eye co-ordination).

In a nutshell, we provide physical education lessons to children who would otherwise, not have the opportunity to experience the obvious benefits of a professionally coached sport.

We also provide skills development and training for young, aspiring coaches, thus creating employment opportunities.

Amawundlu Sports Development is a perfect vehicle for nurturing a passionate support base for sports among the developing youth in South Africa today.

Amawundlu is the brain child of two young people with a dream to foster active and healthy children through sport


4 November 2016.
We celebrated the final two weeks of physical education as the year drew closer to the final school exams it proved to be a bit more emotional weeks as embrace and appreciative response from the grade 7s.

20 November 2016.
U13 celebrated the end of season with a braai and a fun day at the beach.

1 December 2016.
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