|Colin Webster at the Zulman Commission of Inquiry.|
- SASCOC as a Company and as a Voluntary Association
- Unlawful payments by the NDLTF to the SASCOC (NPC's) bank account
- Enabling activities by the then Minister of Sport and Recreation, Mr Fikile Mbalula
- The 'so-called' suspension of Mind Sports South Africa
- Issues surrounding the Collins' Commission of which he was a member
- The dissolution of the Legal and Arbitration Committee when it started to investigate one of its own members
- Victimisation of those who spoke out against SASCOC
- The attempt by SASCOC to silence him through the Adv. David Beasley tribunal
- SASCOC's unlawful interference in the affairs of its members
It adopted a constitution in those terms on 26 September 2015.
SASCOC has publically (and according to all notifications to its members) ceased to carry on its operations under the banner of the company.
Accordingly, SASCOC has ‘transferred’ staff, assets, bank accounts, contract, etc, from the company to the voluntary association without any legal grounds for doing so.
The directors of SASCOC NPC (listed above) have effectively assets-stripped the company in favour of the voluntary association, despite their fiduciary duties to the company as directors.
SASCOC, the NPC, is the legal entity recognised as by the Minister of Sport in terms of the National Sport and Recreation Act. The Minister has not terminated that recognition and recognised the voluntary association in its place. Accordingly, the voluntary association is acting illegally by purporting to act as the Sports Confederation in terms of the National Sport and Recreation Act.
SASCOC NPC is also the body which was affiliated to the IOC and several other international bodies, although the voluntary association has taken over that affiliation without reapplying afresh.
SASCOC NPC is further the body registered with SARS for tax. The voluntary association could not just take over that registration or exemption as a Public Benefit Organisation.
- One third of the board of directors have to be replaced each year. SASCOC has never complied with this provision.
- Membership can only be voting or non-voting – it is not possible to have differently weighted votes.
- Ex officio membership is not permitted. So a board member cannot become a member by virtue alone of being a board member. This means that board members (unless they have other rights in their personal capacities) do not have the right to vote as such at SASCOC members’ meetings.