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  5. Central Gauteng Senior Men Crowned 2018 Vodacom Wheelchair Basketball Challenge Champions

About Wheelchair Basketball South Africa

Wheelchair Basketball SA has a proud and long history dating back to 1970, of providing a sport that creates the upliftment of many physically disabled members from all walks of society, both in challenging the individual to overcome their disability through sport and by social integrating young adults into main stream society.

The involvement in wheelchair basketball is not only to focusing on building athletes in terms of performance, but it goes beyond that into boosting the person’s morale and most of all, giving them the ability to overcome their disabilities and a feel of self-worth and integration into society.

In 1970, Wheelchair Basketball in South Africa was established primarily as a sporting code under the SA Sports Association for the Physically Disabled. In 2004, WBSA aligned itself with Governments inclusion policy and formed a Section 21 Company known as Wheelchair Basketball SA, with its focus to reconstruct the organization with a corporate identity that would enhance investor’s return on capital investment.