Lenel Human becomes the first woman elected as Mind Sports South Africa’s Gauteng Provincial Director to boost the growth of eSports in the province.
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
With Mind Sports South Africa being the oldest federation in the world for esports, President Amanda Pakade addressed a number of members at the recent IESF workshop to reveal how the MSSA deals with issues
Very passionate about the gender equality in the gaming industry, competitive esports careerist Dr Janine Brandt has been co-opted to oversee Mind Sports SA’s Women’s Desk.
Mind Sports South Africa President Amanda Pakade hosted Kenneth Tebogo Middleton, President of Botswana’s Traditional Sports & Games Confederation, to talks focussed on matters of mutual assistance, and planning ahead of the 2019 World Championships in Botswana.
Linda Swanepoel wins gold in HearthStone at the MSSA South African National Championships, earning her National Federation Colours in the esports discipline.
Having been co-opted as Mind Sports South Africa President in July 2018, Amanda Pakade immediately set out to make a difference in the athlete’s lives – just as she does in the lives of all with whom she comes into contact.
Through such efforts, MSSA was the first organisation in Africa to hold championships for females, and is the only national federation for esports in the world that has constitutionalised the need for gender equity.
Mind Sports SA President Amanda Pakade has announced Partnermedia as its part sponsor of the Protea Esports Team selected to attend the IESF’s 10th World Championships in Kaohsuing City