Projects run by the UJ-OSC

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Advanced Olympic Grand Programme focusing on strategic partnerships and sport development in eight Southern African Development Community countries – South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Seychelles, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Lesotho and Swaziland.

Professor Cora Burnett
July 2014 to May 2015​

Finalising the publication of two life skill manuals: ‘Play Life’ (Primary school) and ‘Life Games’ (Secondary school).

Professors Cora Burnett and Charl Roux and postgraduate students Cassie Oguyinni and Jack Sugden
July 2014 to May 2015
Research Commonwealth Games Federation:

  • ​2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, informing a development framework.
  • Internship placement programme (eqUIP)

Professors Cora Burnett and Wim Hollander ​
July 2014 and ongoing
Coffee table book – South African Indigenous Games (SAIG) Project. Theme: “My Roots, My Pride, My Future”, celebrating 10 years of the official SAIG

Professors Cora Burnett and Charl Roux, in collaboration with the SRSA and Monyeng Multi Purpose.
September 2015
Physical education national project in collaboration with South African universities, Department of Sports and Recreation, SRSA and National Department of Education branches: Teacher Development and Training, Curriculum Design and Social Cohesion and Partnerships. ​

Facilitated by UNICEF South Africa
2015 and ongoing