|Amanda Pakade (in red) has, as MSSA President, ensured the democratic functioning of MSSA.|
All elections are done on a staggered basis. The system of doing the elections on a staggered basis allows MSSA to have a greater degree of stability as the entire Management Board is not able to be elected at any one time which preserves MSSA's continuity and knowledge base.
- A member club nominates the Registered Player on the prescribed
- The Nomination Form has been submitted to MSSA on or before 1 November 2019, and
- The Registered Player is fully-paid-up for the 2019/2020 year as at the date of nomination, and
- The club nominating the Registered Player has paid its affiliation fees for the 2019/2020 season on or before 1 November 2019.
- Have served a full term on the Management Board, or
- Have served a full term as Provincial Director, or
- Have served two full terms as Regional Director, or
- Have served two full terms on a Board of Control, or
- Have earned at least ten (10) Protea caps, or
- Have served three years on the club committee of which they are currently a member.
- Vice- President
- Two Executive Officers
- General Secretary
- Disabled Gamers' Representative
- Legal Advisor (only a qualified lawyer may hold this position)
- National Schools' Director (only an Educator may hold this position)
- Disabled Gamers’ Representative
- Womens’ Representative (only a female may hold this position)
- Wargames Representative
- Card Gaming Representative
- Board Gaming Representative
- Three Executive Officers
- Esports Representative
- Figure Gaming representative
- Eastern Cape
- Free State
- KwaZulu Natal
- Northern Cape
- North West
- Western Cape
Thus the 2019 elections will be more than interesting.
Never before have so many positions become available at the same time.
There is no doubt that the committee has worked well over the past number of years, and it will indeed be interesting to again see democracy at work.