Saudah Bhaimia becomes first South African female gamer to win the SA National Board Games Championship three times in a row in the Morabaraba game.
Encouraging young girls to get involved, Mind Sports SA’s Clash Royale national champ Anneke Lourens chats about gaming, and the opportunities available for women in the sport
Nelson Mandela University student, Charlize van Zyl aims to make her mark on the international chess scene. She is currently gearing up for next year’s World Chess Olympiad.
Mind Sports South Africa President, Amanda Pakade, heads into her second term in office after having made an immediate impact at the organisation over the past year. Pakade reveals how she’s had to adapt to life during a global pandemic, the challenges of keeping MSSA afloat and looking forward to the future.
Mind Sports South Africa bids farewell to Athletes’ Representative, Amoné Bekker, and puts a call-out for interested parties to apply for the vacancy