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Anneline Lewies

Her coaching career stretches back 37 years, and she has been Netball SA’s Director of Coaching since 2011. She is currently at the Da Vinci Institute of Technology and Innovation doing her Masters’ Degree. She is appointed with SAIDS as an Educator and is involved with other federations including Tennis SA, Lifesaving SA, Cricket SA, Wrestling SA, SAFA, Athletics SA and Swim SA in training and strategic planning. Anneline assisted SASCOC and Netball SA to develop a Safeguarding Policy and training material for Child Safeguarding and Protection. Away from sport, she is a former social worker with 33 years experience.


Farrel Moses
Board Member

President of the Northern Cape Sports Confederation

Frans Mogashoa
Board Member

He the Technical Director for the South African Football Association and the highly qualified Mogashoa is currently also the head of SAFA Coaching Education(SAFA). His job as the head of Coaching Education entails the development of coaches, drawing the SAFA coaching curriculum and designing the coaching programme. Mogashoa has also been the architect of all of SAFA’s coaching courses and has conducted most of these courses in the country’s 9 Provinces. His vast coaching experience, especially within the coaching education, would immensely help the development of coaches in the country.


Rosemary Bartlett
Board Member

Her riding and coaching career spans over four decades and includes competing, training, coaching and coach development in Zimbabwe, Scotland, England, Italy and South Africa. As manager and owner of her own equestrian facilities, Rosemarie has coached riders and produced horses in all three Olympic disciplines. She held the position of SAEF National Equitation Chairperson for three terms and she was the Chairperson of the National Coaches Commission. She holds the SASCOC designation of National Coach Education Adviser and is currently the Lead Coach for the SA Equestrian Federation. Rosemary is tasked with facilitating the implementation of the Long-term Coach Development Framework for her Federation.

Joseph Taylor
Board Member

Has been involved in netball for over 25 years. Current roles include president of the Durban-based Ocean Predators Netball Club. Its mandate is to professionalise netball and to embrace communities through its inclusivity of all age groups and genders. Joseph is a Level 2 nationally qualified coach, and has coached at provincial and national tournaments. He is also a Nationally B Graded umpire. Joseph sits in the Ethekwini Metro Netball Federation as a Deputy Chairperson and in the KZN Netball Federation as a Provincial Selections Director. He is also on the Netball SA Coaches Board. He is a qualified teacher and school principal.

Patrick Collings

Patrick Collings
Board Member

His fencing students have represented South Africa with success in international championships. Patrick sits on the national council of the Fencing Federation of South Africa and chairs the federation’s coaching commission. He is also on the management team of the Commonwealth Fencing Federation and runs a project to build an International club network. Away from coaching he is a former senior management consultant and lecturer. He specialised in strategy with a focus on brands, innovation, agile / adaptive strategies and design thinking. He has consulted to governments, multinational corporations and international organisations. He has also lectured internationally.


Dr Shirley Lloyd
Board Member

Has held numerous positions in government, public entities such as SAQA, and education and training institutions over a 43-year career. Since retiring as the Director: National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Directorate in the Department of Higher Education and Training, she has been involved in research, writing, advising and guiding several organisations. She serves on numerous boards and committees and her doctoral thesis is titled ‘Recognition of Prior Learning: A Social Entrepreneurial Practice’. She has a special interest in sports coaching and the value that a professional body and the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes can bring to the development and implementation of career and learning pathways for coaches.

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Olivia Jasriel
Co-opted Board Member

Olivia played international tennis in her youth and is still actively involved in the sport. She is an international icon and trailblazer for historical abuse cases having successfully gained 2 rape and 1 indecent assault of minor’s convictions against disgraced tennis player Bob Hewitt in 2015. This led to other victims of historical abuse coming forward and ultimately the abolition of the 20-year statute of limitations in 2018. Olivia, with her team of attorneys from The Reeva Rebecca Steenkamp Foundation successfully overturned one parole application and one parole before Bob Hewitt was granted parole 3 years and 6 months after he started serving his 6 year sentence.

She has worked tirelessly, in her personal capacity with wmaca and various other organisations over the past 13 years to bring sexual predators in the sporting fraternity to justice. She has extensive experience in the lodging of cases and court process of both current and historical abuse cases.

In 2021, Olivia was elected to serve SASCOC Safeguarding Policy and Education Working Group at South African Sport Confederation and Olympic Committee.  In 2022 Olivia was co-opted as a Board Member for SASCA (the South Africa Sports Coaching Association). Olivia’s story offers victims and survivors a first-hand account of courage, hope and inspiration and she is a fearless voice for change in the sports world where abuse is rife.

Olivia brings to the jasriel foundation lived experience, a unique set of skills, which includes extensive training on safeguarding of children and a vision to challenge and change the current system to ensure that children are safe to enjoy sport in an environment free of abuse.









Sports Provinces


Fran Hilton-Smith
Football Coach

After playing football for 20 years I decided to become a coach. I was the only women amongst the men but integrated well as I was a good football player. After attaining my CAF A Licence (Confederation of African Football) I decided to start coaching women to be football coaches as there weren’t any. We identified former Banyana Banyana players to be trained as coaches. Today we have 27 CAF A Licence women coaches – more than the rest of Africa combined. I was identified by FIFA in 2001 to become an Instructor and travelled the world training coaches in developing countries like Iran, Vanuatu, Trinidad and Tobago and Thailand to name a few. I coached the SA Women’s National team in 2000. SAFA have appointed 9 full-time women Provincial Technical Officers to develop more coaches and train girls in football. I advise and assist them where necessary. I also advise the present National team coaches. I was appointed by SAFA as the Assistant Technical Director for the last 5 years. Previously the Technical Director for 2 years.

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