Africa Chess Net launches its online blitz chess tournament

Africa Chess Net is delighted to announce its first online Blitz chess tournament. The first such tournament will be run

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The South Africa Junior Chess Championships (SAJCC), chess extravaganza with over 2400 players

The South African Junior Chess Championships (SAJCC) hosted at the University of Cape Town from 3 to 10 January 2016

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Sandile Mfundisi wins the Lesotho Open

The Kasparov Chess Foundation recently posted the following article on their Facebook page about the Lesotho Open: “Sandile Mfundisi emerged

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Tshwane wins the South African Inter Region Chess Championship 2015

The Tshwane A team won the South African Inter Region Chess Championship 2015 in Cape Town. Picking up from where

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Jesse February wins South Africa’s Young International Player of the Year 2014/2015

Woman Fide Master Jesse February was named SA’s Young International Player of the Year 2014/2015 at the conclusion of the

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Keynote speech by the MEC of Sport and Cultural Affairs at SAJCC 2015

The South African Chess Championships started today at The University of Cape Town. The Western Cape Minister of Cultural Affairs

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Cawdery, Frick and Mafanya the winners at SA Closed 2015

Top seed International Master (IM) Daniel Cawdery fully lived up to expectations when he won the South African Closed Chess

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SA Closed 2015 after Round 2

The SA Closed Chess Championships 2015 is now in full flow in Open A, B and Women’s sections in Cape

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SA Closed Chess Championships 2015 start on 12 December! #SAClosed2015

The most prestigious chess tournaments on the South African  calendar will be starting on 12 December and will end on

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Why don’t world chess champions play in open tournaments?

We recently wrote about the big news around the Magnus Carlsen and Qatar Masters Open 2015. Yes, the World Chess

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