Wednesday 3 February 2021

Saudah Bhaimia (Curro Klerksdorp) leads the pack.

For the first time in the history of Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) a female has climbed to the top of the rankings for the Morabaraba game title.

Having won MSSA's 2020 South African National Championships and taking the Individual Honours for Morabaraba, Saudah has now entrenched herself as the person in South Africa to beat.

Saudah has, in her short gaming career, left an indelible mark on the South African gaming community having finished in the medals of every championship in which she has played, as follows:

  • 1st 2020 SA National Championships
  • 1st 2019 SA National Championships
  • 1st 2019 North West Championships
  • 1st 2018 SA National Championships
  • 2nd 2018 North West Championships

Due to Saudah's exceptional standard of play, Saudah has been awarded with the following awards awards: 

  • 2020 - SA National Federation Colours (Honours)
  • 2020 - Boardgamer of the Year
  • 2020 - Battle Honours - Morabaraba
  • 2019 - SA National Federation Colours (re-award)
  • 2019 - Battle Honours - Morabaraba
  • 2019 - North West Provincial Colours (re-award)
  • 2018 - SA National Federation Colours
  • 2018 - North West Provincial Colours
  • 2018 - Sportsmanship Trophy

The rankings for Morabaraba going into 2021 are as follows:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Saudah Bhaimia20Curro Klerksdorp172.5
2Joseph Matlong19North West University – Vaal115
3Cobus van der Wath18Fakkel School of Skills115
4Natelene Burger18JCS Academy115
5Aidan Vorster19Curro Aurora115
6Jarren Smith19JCS Academy115
7Khanyisa Sibanda18JCS Academy115
8Anne-Lee Steyn19JCS Academy115
9Siyabonga Mogale18North West University – Vaal115
10Kamohlelo Tladi18Fakkel School of Skills115
11Amahle Mtshali18Empangeni High School115
12Rachel Foli18Empangeni High School115
13Dondo Mukhithi18Curro Klerksdorp115
14Junior Mpembe18Fakkel School of Skills115
15Kaitlin Madramoothu19Curro Klerksdorp115
16Lefa Lekhula18Fakkel School of Skills115
17Zomlando Biyela18Empangeni High School115
18Sebolelo Motlhabi19North West University – Vaal113.1
19Mukhatha Mashuleni19Masters of Mind Sports105.7
20Sam Kotsoane18Fakkel School of Skills105
21Nokuthula Ntanzi18Empangeni High School100
22Wynand Janse van Rensburg18JCS Academy100
23Boyi Mantso18Fakkel SOS98.7
24Neo Mokoena18Fakkel School of Skills98.3
25Kyle Vorster19Curro Aurora92.5
26Mandisa Ngwenya18Empangeni High School92.5
27Michelle Mensah17THS Tom Naude90.2
28Simoné Otto17THS Tom Naude89.8
29Nonkululeko Sibisi18Empangeni High School88.8
30Khanyisa Sibanda17Fakkel School of Skills87.9
31Snothile Mkhize18Empangeni High School85.6
32Dion Du Preez17All Stars85
33Joel van Wyk17All Stars69.4

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