PLAY HANDBALL ZA (PHZA) inspired over 150 children at the 4th SuperCup to be fair on the field and beyond. 15 school and community teams from Cape Town all the way to Piketberg and Franschhoek took part in this educational tournament. Mr M. Hansen the German Consul in Cape Town, Mr R. Larney from the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) and Mr A. Pole the President of the South African Handball Federation (SAHF) honoured the tournament with their presence and an opening speech.Read More
In cooperation between the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB), the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and the Jordanian Ministry of Education as well as the relevant Jordanian and German sports associations, manuals for the sports basketball, handball, Ultimate Frisbee and football have been developed to support the future local coaches and teachers in integrating sport for development methodology into their trainings.
Play handball founder Nicola Scholl, assisted as a handball development expert on behalf of the DOSB in the creation of these manuals and travelled to Amman in November for the official handover of them. (more…)Read More
Carol Nange went to Germany to attend a conference for youth exchange programmes organised by the German Sports Youth. She was meeting there with the local Handball Federations and our exchange partner Youth Abroad in Schleswig-Holstein. Finally, she also experienced professional handball in Berlin.Read More
Friday-for-Future in Europe –Using Sport to raise awareness for Climate Change in Cape Town! The PLAY HANDBALL Supercup is unique in its kind and is the first Handball & Environmental Tournament Series in South Africa. The aim is to ENHANCE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AMONG OUR YOUTH. Since 2016 Play Handball has reached over 1400 youth.
On Saturday, 30th of November 2019, from 9am-5pm, PLAY HANDBALL ZA is hosting the 4th Annual PLAY HANDBALL SuperCup in Cape Town.Read More
“The first few weeks were a great cultural challenge. Only little can be planned, because many things can always change quickly.”
Laura is in Cape Town as a weltwärts volunteer for one year. She supports the organisation PLAY HANDBALL in organisational tasks and works at three different primary schools in the afternoon. In the following interview she talks about her experiences after the first two months:Read More
PendoAmani Youth Organization is a registered NGO in Kenya with a focus on youth development operating in Juja. They work for youth and with youth to cultivate passion into skills, build and raise the platforms necessary for today’s young leaders to flourish; they do this through inspiring youth to actively take part in their own development and through skills development such as attending free Computer and Media skills training, Music, Dance and Sports.
Through partnership with PLAY HANDBALL Kenya, PendoAmani has received a volunteer to initiate handball program in schools within Juja.
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“I got to know South Africa from a completely different angle. Not from the tourist side. I became part of a community. A community that has given me a warm welcome and showed me what “Ubuntu” means.”
Sophia has been a volunteer at “PLAY HANDBALL ZA” in Daveyton, Johannesburg for two months. In Johannesburg North-East she experiences township life and helps at the Kgalema Primary School with Physical Education during Life Skill Classes and in afternoon programmes assist Sports Initiative Project at up to seven primary schools with the development of handball. (more…)Read More