About Us

Our Vision

Our Vision is to develop wheelchair basketball into a business where the return of investment complements the partnership.

Our Mission

Our mission is to achieve excellence through ongoing personal attention and commitment to wheelchair basketball, utilizing tried and tested management methods. This, in turn, has successfully insured mass participation in schools and disadvantaged areas and resulted in a feeder program in all regions from grass root level up into its local structures forming a foundation for WBSA’s Junior & Senior Men and Women’s National programs now fully supported by partnerships with Sasol, Vodacom and SuperSport. Integrated into our long term goals program, was National & International participation in our U18, U23, U25 and Senior Men & Women categories with focus on developing our Coaching Staff to prepare National Teams as a competitive unit for the IWBF World Championships, Paralympics and subsequent qualifying competitions. After WBSA embarked upon forming a Section 21 with NPO (7790767257) status, our emphasis & focus was both to leveraged huge financial support, which enabled the company to drive its domestic & international programs.

Some of our stats

Geographic Breakdown

In line with Governs EPG requirements, below is a breakdown of our facts and figures

Registered Players
Athlete Participation | WBSA Competitions
1 %
Total Women Participation
Participating Provinces
1 %
Total Black representation
1 %
Total Indian Representation
1 %
Total Coloured Representation
1 %
Total White representation

board of directors

Meet our Executive Board

Craig Moorgas

Craig sits on the IWBF Executive Board  as the IWBF Treasurer as well as being President of South African Disabled Golf Association

Charles Saunders

Charles is the current IWBF Africa President and FIBA Africa Southern Zone Development Officer

Sibongile Fondini
Director - HR & Ethics

Sibongile is the current Vice President of Basketball South Africa as well as Vice President of IWBF Africa Southern Zone.

Gerhard Smith
Director - High Performance & Coaching

Gerhard is a retired FIBA International Referee and the current IWBF Africa Marketing and Communications Manager.

Kethiwe Zulu
Director - Women * Development

Kethiwe is a former Amawheela Girls National Team player and is currently employed by Gauteng Sports and Rec.

Disability Breakdown

1 %
severely disabled
1 %
cerebral palsy
1 %
1 %
Spinal Injures
1 %

board of trustees

Meet our Trustees

Dr Riyas Fadal
Head of Medical
James Mthetwa
Head of Coaching
Andrew Schoeman
Finance Officer
Charles Foster
Head of Technical
Estelle Filen
Head of Marketing
Loleta Krige
Head of Classification
Mandisa Mkhungo
Women's Representative
Jack Mokgosi
Player Representative
Regina Moswane
Head of Schools

Our Sponsors

The objective that WBSA has strived to achieve, has been measured against its ability to render a deliverable service and ensure sponsor confidence.

Not only have we met with capacity building of club & provincial structures but the induction of a national uniformed development program which has allowed us with sound business ethics and with set achievable criteria, to provide a social integrated sports and life skill program for the physically disabled. 

In so doing, we aligned the sport with Government criteria by moving towards sports specific inclusion process, have created our own identity but maintained our affiliate repartee through SA Sports Association for the Physically Disabled & Basketball South Africa.

Through the SuperSport Wheelchair Basketball Series, Vodacom Wheelchair Basketball Challenge and Sasol High Performance Program; all sponsorship is not only exposed to both National News and Broadcast Media Houses, but ensures involvement in community and social enhancement programs such as the Provincial Club Championship leagues

The induction of Provincial Leagues and National Championships played in conjunction with the SuperSport Series has created a balance in Elite player & coaching programs for the Sasol National Teams and coupled with mass participation inducts WBSA’s philosophy of taking the sport to the people

We are aware of the challenge ahead and have committed to meeting the demanding schedule set and take this opportunity to express humble gratitude to all those that have supported us in the on growing quest as we will strive to meet these challenging frontiers.

Thank you for allowing WBSA to live out its vision through you and provide our athletes with physical disabilities, a better quality of sporting life.


Supersport have been proud partners of Wheelchair Basketball South Africa since 1997 through their sponsorship of the Supersport Wheelchair Basketball Series.



Sasol has been partners with Wheelchair Basketball since 2007 through their sponsorship of our High-Performance Programme



Vodacom has been partners with Wheelchair Basketball South Africa since 1999 through their sponsorship of the Vodacom Wheelchair Basketball Challenge



Annual General Meetings

See our annual reports.


View our B-BEEE Certificate

Policy Documents

See our downloadable Policies and Procedures documents

Anti Doping

See more about Anti Doping

Contact Us

Leave us a message

266 10th Street Bezuidenhout Valley, 2094 Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

+27 010 880 5900

Our Affiliations

International Wheelchair Basketball Federation


Basketball South Africa


International Basketball Federation


International Paralympic Committee


South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee