Continuity at Cycling SA

At Cycling South Africa’s recent Elective Annual General Meeting – held in Gauteng on Saturday 19 November 2016 – current President Mr William Newman was unopposed and re-elected as President for another term of office, providing continuity in the leadership of the National Cycling Federation.

 
Current President Mr William Newman was unopposed and re-elected as President for another term of office, at Cycling South Africa’s recent Elective Annual General Meeting – held in Gauteng on Saturday 19 November 2016. Photo: Mylene Paynter

Current President Mr William Newman was unopposed and re-elected as President for another term of office, at Cycling South Africa’s recent Elective Annual General Meeting – held in Gauteng on Saturday 19 November 2016. Photo: Mylene Paynter

 

 

Mr Yster Xatasi, currently serving as Commission Director for Youth, Transformation and Development, was elected Vice President. The position of Treasurer still remains vacant.

 
Mr Yster Xatasi, currently serving as Commission Director for Youth, Transformation and Development, was elected Cycling South Africa's Vice President at the recent Elective Annual General Meeting – held in Gauteng on Saturday 19 November 2016. Photo: Mylene Paynter

Mr Yster Xatasi, currently serving as Commission Director for Youth, Transformation and Development, was elected Cycling South Africa's Vice President at the recent Elective Annual General Meeting – held in Gauteng on Saturday 19 November 2016. Photo: Mylene Paynter

 

The President appealed to all our valued members for nominations for the position of Treasurer as this position is a vital and integral part of the Executive Committee. The criteria for the nomination of Treasurer are available from the Secretary General by email, secretarygeneral@cyclingsa.com.

Congratulations to the leadership elected to lead cycling in South Africa for the next quadrennial.

ENDS