Presentation on theme: "SECTION 5.3 PRIZE-GIVING. SA SPORT AWARDS PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY- 5 DECEMBER 2012 On the morning of 5 December 2012, the Minister hosted the prize giving."— Presentation transcript:
SA SPORT AWARDS PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY- 5 DECEMBER 2012 On the morning of 5 December 2012, the Minister hosted the prize giving ceremony took place at the posh SABC RBF Studios in Aukland Park. This event was meant to present the prize money to all the SA Sport Awards winners and ensure that all the prizes for 2012 are duly paid. The event was also meant to extend gratitude and recognition to the sponsors and the adjudication panel without whom the SA Sport Awards would not have been a success it turned out to be. On this day, the Minister also presented a special recognition in a form of a ‘certificate of appreciation’ to LeadSA under the leadership of Mr Yusuf Abramjee for the sterling work they do profile South Africa and promote patriotism and encourage South Africans to keep rallying their support behind its national sport teams and personalities!
SA SPORT AWARDS REACH OUT TO CHARITY ORGANISATIONS! As part of the SA Sport Awards legacy, on 5 December 2012 the Minister reached out to a number of charity organizations involved in the fight against HIV and AIDS. This resonated with the World AIDS Day program which SRSA is involved in through its work in SANAC. In this regard, the Minister donated a total amount of R90 000.00 to the three organizations identified in conjunction with ‘Show me Your Number’ through SANAC. The three organizations were: Keep a child Alive- Ikageng Itireleng AIDS Ministry Amazing Grace Orphanage The National Burns Association of South Africa
PRIZES FOR WINNERS Prize Money for the Winners 1)Sport Star of the Year Sports Star Trophy One Million Rands (R1m) Plus a brand new luxury BMW 2)Category Winners Award Trophy Hundred and Thirty Thousand Rands (R130 000) 3)The nominees (Runners up) Fifteen Thousand Rands (R15 000, 00) 4)The Excellence Award Twenty Thousand Rands (R 20 000, 00) 5)Andrew Mlangeni Green Jacket Recipients Twenty Thousand Rands (R 20 000, 00) 6)Steve Tshwete Lifetime Achiever Awards SASA 2012 Achiever Trophy
Among some of the challenges noted from the delivery of 2012 SA Sport Awards are the following: a)Enthusiastic involvement of Federations in the nomination process b)Alignment of Provincial Awards with the National Sport Awards c)Prolonged engagements with Sponsors which ultimately result in a decline d)Delay in finalisation of Partnership agreements e)Increased Integrated Marketing & Public Relations f)A vibrant program involving all nominees as part of the building up g)Quality of event delivery, particularly around sitting arrangements & production aspects CHALLENGES
APPOINTMENT OF EVENTS MANAGER ActivityFebruaryMarchAprilMayDates 1234123412341234 Approve tender Specifications22 February 2013 Appointment of Bid Evaluation Committee22 February 2013 Place advertisements22 March 2013 Compulsory Briefing17 April 2013 Adverts running on National Media & Government Gazette22 Mar- 17 April 2013 Closure of advert26 April 2013 Shortlisting7 May 2013 Presentations to the BEC14 May 2013 Presentation to the Bid Adjudication Committee17 May 2013 Appointment of Events Management Company17 May 2013 Concept Document refinement & inputs17 – 23 May 2013 Signing SLA with Events Manager & approval of final concept delivery plan24 May 2013
SA SPORT AWARDS 2013- DELIVERY DATES ActivityJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberNotes 12341234123412341234 1. Open nominations8 July 2. Nominations open8 Jul-23 Aug 3. Closing Nominations19 Aug 4. Adjudication process19 Aug-9 Sep 5. Informing nominees9-13 Sep 6. Announce nominees16 Sep 7. Sport Star Public Voting16 Sep-9 Nov 8. Andrew Mlangeni Dinner1 Nov 9. Sport Awards Week4-8 Nov 10. Sport Awards Gala Dinner9 Nov