In view of the unity in sport in South Africa generally and the formation of one controlling body for shore angling, in particular, the Natal Anglers and Casters Association and the Natal Coast Anglers Union merged on the seventeenth day of April 1994 to form a single controlling body for angling in KwaZulu Natal. This body shall be the sole representative of competitive shore angling for the Province.
Currently we are fishing 3 different formats.
- Common Venue Super League (Counts for 50% of the 2020 Year Rank) – All member clubs fish in the same boundary at the same time and have restrictions on which bait is allowed to be used with an opposing club member required to witness a catch.
- Common Venue Zonal League (Counts for 30% of the 2020 Year Rank) – The KZNCAU is split into 3 zones; North, South & Far South. The clubs fish the same times on the same day but in their respective zones. There is no restrictions on what bait is allowed to be used but all fish caught must be witnessed by an opposing club member.
- Postal Competitions (Counts for 20% of the 2020 Year Rank) – Clubs may fish any time over the Postal weekend for 8 hours straight from Friday at 18:00 to Sunday Evening at 00:00. Clubs may travel and fish an area of their choosing within the KZNCAU boundary. Open bait is permitted and witnessing if fish may be done by a member of your own club.
Code of Conduct
This code of conduct indicates the standard of behaviour expected of a member of SASAA. It is a formal statement of the values and ethical standards that will guide SASAA members. It is a set of principles, and norms to which members can be held accountable when representing their club, Association/Union or SASAA at any local or International sporting event. This can also be used as a point of reference when dealing with disciplinary procedures against members.
Discipline and Dispute Resolution Policy
This policy consists of 7 parts:
Part A – Broad Framework
Part B – Establishment and Structure of the Committee
Part C – Rules for the Conduct of Proceedings in Respect of Disputes
Part D – Disciplinary Code
Part E – Guidelines to Follow When Considering the Merits of an Appeal
Part F – Judicial Body
Part G – Prescribed Forms
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