Tuesday 10 May 2022

The Students’ Representative.

Johan van Breda (MSSA's Vice-President) started his gaming career as a student at Tuks while playing for TuksEsports.

Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has a reputation of being an industry leader. Having been founded in 1985, MSSA has stayed at the cutting edge in terms of promoting demographic representivity, gender equity, promotion of its games at school and university level, introducing good governance into an otherwise fractious arena, and developing better tournament mechanisms - many of which are now commonplace in international competitions.

Again MSSA leads the pack!

At MSSA's Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on 4 December 2021, it was unanimously agreed by all present to create the position for a Student's Representative to sit on the Board.

At the 2022 MSSA AGM, the Students’ Representative shall only be voted in by member clubs established at, and by, accredited tertiary educations.

This gives clubs at tertiary educations a direct line into the decision making process to make MSSA even more representitive to its community.
However, in order to get the position up-and-running, the Board will co-opt a Registered Player from the nominations made by member clubs at accredited tertiary institutions. Such nominations must be made by 31 May 2022. For further details, please contact mindsportscorrespondence@gmail.com.

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