IeSF have just sent out their rankings of federations in terms of good governance and administration.
According to such rankings, South Africa's MSSA is ranked fifth in the world.
However, MSSA's President, Simphiwe Maphumulo, is more than satisfied with the ranking. The ranking shows MSSA's competitiveness within the international community, as well as its ability to deliver at home.
MSSA is competitive in everything that it does. From development of the games and players through to the the hosting of events, selection of teams and even its own administration.
Thus the General Secretary sees no reason why MSSA should not be able to attain a higher ranking.
Of course it does depend on every elected office-bearer doing their part.
Nevertheless, fifth is a good result, and a firm and solid foundation upon which to build.
The top ten countries are: