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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August 2015 Update on Chess SA Outstanding Debt to FIDE, 2014 WYCC, Arbiters

Chess South Africa has released an update regarding its debt to FIDE.  This follows the press release made earlier in

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Interview with a dedicated Chess Parent in South Africa, Pearl Kander-Moodley

Africa Chess Net recently interviewed a dedicated chess parent who has been supporting her son, Yudi, as he played chess

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South Africa Celebrates First Chess Grand Master

It’s taken many high-pressure, strategic moves for Kenny Solomon to leave his home in Mitchells Plain, travel the international chess

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Piet Robbertse Chess Open Begins, smooth win by Chess Master Rodwell Makoto in first round

The Piet Robbertse Chess Tournament in Pretoria is now well underway at Waterkloof High School in Pretoria. The tournament had

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Costs of chess equipment are slashed in Africa

The Kasparov Chess Foundation Africa has been working hard over the last few months to source cheap chess boards, sets and clocks for the African

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SABT’S Unusual Sports Sponsorship Leads to SA’s First Chess Grand Master, Kenny Solomon

A fascinating story of Kenny Solomon’s sponsorship over the years by SABT

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Interview with Themba Nene, Chess Player and administrator

Interview with Themba Nene, chess player and administrator who has a passion for developing the game in the township.

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New FIDE Policy towards Federations in Arrears to hit South Africa, Nigeria, Swaziland, Uganda and Congo

Countries in arrears to FIDE are banned from taking part in FIDE rated events.

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Kenny Solomon wins the 2014 African Individual Chess Championship

Kenny Solomon wins the 2014 Africa Individual Chess Championship, goes through entire tournament without losing a single game.

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