uwc volleyball club

University of the Western Cape (UWC) Volleyball Club

To contribute to the holistic development of the students and staff of the University, the University of the Western Cape Sport builds and profiles the image of the University through the support of both competitive and campus recreation sports like Volleyball. They believe that Volleyball represents a huge nation-building opportunity for South Africa and the university is a strategic vehicle to form part of this important transformation process.


The UWC Volleyball Club caters for both males and females and is open to non-student volleyball enthusiasts. It is a student-based club which offers wider access to volleyball players from the disadvantaged communities. The club has been a feeder, not only to the University Club but to the community at large. Since the revival of the Club in the early 90’s, UWC Volleyball has produced a number of players who have not only represented their province and South Africa but have also gone on to occupy important administrative and leadership positions in the volleyball administration at different levels.


The training takes place at the Western Cape Sports School in Kuilsriver. For women’s volleyball, the training is on Mondays and Wednesdays between 17h00 and 19h00. The men train on Mondays and Wednesdays between 19h00 and 21h00. League matches are also played during weeknights and on Saturdays. Fixtures are also available on request. Club fees for students start at R300 and R400 for non-students.

For more information, check out their Twitter and Instagram accounts or you can directly contact Elmine Cloete at (012) 959 2791 or [email protected] c.ac.za.

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TuksVolleyball is the University of Pretoria’s volleyball club. The club is open to students, staff, and anybody who is interested in playing volleyball. Anyone can join their women’s, men’s and mixed development teams. TuksVolleyball is affiliated with the Tshwane Volleyball Union and the Gauteng Volleyball Union, participating in both leagues.

The Mission

TuksVolleyball aims to create and grow a passion for volleyball among students, staff, club officials and players. They aim to do so as an open club through training of athletes and striving for professionalism and excellence in every aspect and level of the game. They also strive to uphold the pride of being associated with TuksSport.



How to Join the Club

The membership forms are available at any training session. Make payment at your next training session. The player must register to participate. Every player must register and pay in full within 30 days of first joining any TuksVolleyball training session.


The membership fee for TuksVolleyball in 2018 is R 660.00 covering 01 January to 31 December, while the Development Volleyball fee is R550.00. The membership fee includes access to the training facility and coaching, participation in USSA tournaments (excluding tournament fees) and participation in Varsity Sports (excluding tournament fees).


Volleyball Training Venue and Schedule

The main gymnasium at the Groenkloof Campus hosts all the volleyball training sessions.

Dina Kladis coaches the Junior Volleyball. It is open to all scholars wanting to work on their individual skills from any school. The training sessions are on Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

GP Fourie and Rudolph du Plessis coach the Senior Women Team. Training sessions are every Monday and Wednesday from 7 pm to 9 pm.

Isheunesu Munatsi coaches the Senior Men Team, and the training sessions are every Monday and Wednesday from 7 pm to 9 pm.

The TuksVolleyball Club also offers Development Volleyball Training Sessions, perfect for anyone who wants to learn the basics of volleyball. Facilitated by experienced players, these sessions focus on coaching the participants basic volleyball skills. Training sessions are every Monday and Wednesday at 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

Visit the TuksVolleyball website for more information.

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