The Vitality Netball World Cup trophy visited the Mayoral Chambers in Braamfontein, the DSACR Offices and Maponya Mall in Soweto on Wednesday on another busy day. Here are some photos from the day.
The Premier of the Western Cape, Alan Winde, and his Provincial Minister for Cultural Affairs and Sport, Anroux Marais, were treated to a vibrant flash mob dance routine in Cape Town.
“For the first time in Africa, the 2023 Netball World Cup will be held in Cape Town. We are grateful to these young Capetonians for putting on a fantastic display in advance of that event,” Premier Winde said in a Facebook post. Letsatsi, the official mascot for the World Cup, was at the event.
The Vitality Netball World Cup 2023 trophy has landed in South Africa and is currently on a countrywide tour ahead of the World Cup itself, which is staged from 28 July to 6 August 2023.
Celebrations were held in Cape Town on Wednesday, 19 April, to co-incide with 100 days to go until the start of the 2023 Vitality Netball World Cup.
Mural unveiling at Stephen Reagan Sport Complex 6
Netball SA president Cecilia Molokwane was in Pretoria attending the Mini Netball World Cup and having fun with the official 2023 NWC mascot Letsatsi
The 2023 Netball World Cup mascot Letsatsi is seen at Cape Town’s iconic Robben island on 5th November, while in Soweto the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee was spreading the Netball World Cup world.