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


The opening week for the 2012 Amawundlu sports programme took place on the 6th February, and judging from all the big smiles, cheering, laughter and overall excitement from the crowd of children, as well as the appearance of some fairly old and new faces, it surely promised to be a great season of fun and games.

We had added two new schools from the Inanda and...