The Masibambisana Boxing Tournament

Jauka Hall
31 March – Children R10 | Adult R20
From 11:00am
5 Runeli Dr, Nemato, Port Alfred

The Masibambisana Amateur Boxing Tournament

5 Runeli Dr, Nemato, Port Alfred

31 March from 11:00am

The Masibambisana Boxing



“Building better kids, one punch at a time.”

The Boxing Tournament is presented by The Masibambisana Boxing Academy in conjunction with the Sunshine Life Centre and is proudly sponsored by the Royal St Andrews Hotel and Pick n Pay Port Alfred.

Date: 31 March 2024
Time: 11 am
Venue: Jauka Hall
Admission: Children R10; Adult R20
Catering: Food and drinks for sale at the venue
Competitors: 6 clubs, 48 boxers, four age groups from 12 years to 25 years. Fights: 22 fights of 3 x 3minute rounds
Main event: The Elites, 19 to 25 years old
Other entertainment: DJs, traditional dancing and poetry
VIP: SA Champion Vuyani “The Beast” Bungu showcasing his championship belts


There will be six boxing clubs from all over Sarah Baartman district. They are

● Modern Boxing Club from Somerset East
● Masibambane Boxing Club from Makanda
● Golden Gloves Boxing Club from Makanda
● Masibambisane Boxing Academy from Port Alfred
● Kirkwood Boxing Club from Makanda
● Thembalethu Boxing Club from Makanda

Each club will bring two referees and one level 2 coach. Each club will bring two boxers per division as follows:
● Cadets: 1 x boy and 1 x girl (age 12 to 14 years)
● Juniors: 1 x boy and 1 x girl (15 to 16 years)
● Youth: 1 x boy and 1 x girl (17 to 18years)
● Elite: 1 x male and 1 x female (19 to 25 years)

The tournament will start at 11 am. The boxers will compete in 22 bouts to determine a winner for each division. A bout has three rounds of 3 minutes each for males and 2 minutes for females.

Prizes will be:

● Gold medal for winners of each division
● Silver for second positions
● Best bout Trophy for each division
● Trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place

The event will provide other entertainment, including DJs taking care of the music, poetry and traditional dancing by students of Kuyasa Combined School and a dancing group from Kentin on Sea.

One of the main attractions of this event will be Vuyani “The Beast” Bungu, who will showcase his Provincial, National and International trophy belts.

How about a selfie with Vuyani while you are wearing a world champion boxing trophy belt?

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