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    With the launch of the DanceSport Total - DST LIVE streaming platform imminent, WDSF presents an important pilllar which should help to make the DST endeavour sustainable - and to keep DST affordable for all involved.  

    16/02/2018 read more ...
  • On A Tight Schedule

    The roll-out and launch of the new streaming platform DST has initially been scheduled for the first week of March but has now been advanced to the 16 and 17 of February. The pressure is on to deliver the concept on time!

    14/02/2018 read more ...
  • Divine Groove

    An article in the recent edition of the German news magazine DER SPIEGEL looks at dancing, its enduring appeal and its many health benefits. And it praises "Break The Tango," a dance show where Tango meets Streetdance.

    13/02/2018 read more ...
  • Upping The Profile

    The imminent launch of the NEW DanceSport Total streaming platform is consistent with this governing body's policy to continually raise the profile of dance as sport as well as that of the athletes in the premier competitions.

    12/02/2018 read more ...
  • A Different Angle

    That WDSF has established the standard for producing DanceSport for screens of all sizes can hardly be disputed. But from 16 February it takes the proven concept to new levels with its streaming platform DanceSport Total. Be there

    11/02/2018 read more ...
  • A New Beginning!

    WDSF will roll out its NEW DanceSport Total streaming platform on Friday 16 February. The next day it will inaugurate it with a LIVE stream from the Tivoli Congress Centre in Copenhagen and the 2018 European Standard!

    09/02/2018 read more ...
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Southern African DanceSport Federation Festival 17/03/2011

RSA Footballers Dance

All DanceSport associations in Southern Africa - Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe - unite in the first ever festival from 25 to 27 March in Gaborone Botswana.

A facebook event page for the DanceSport festival shows that anticipations are high across the region.

"This is Swaziland's PRO ... On behalf of team Swazi, we are ready and looking forward to a lot of fun and dance over there," writes Sammy Msibi, the public relations officer of the Swaziland DanceSport Association.

Sammy also ensured that the local press took up on the event and published articles on the Swazi contingent traveling to Gaborone. With ambitions as high as their anticipation! The Swazi Observer reports below. Having as active a PRO as Sammy Msibi, it shouldn't surprise that DanceSport outperforms football in growth and popularity among young people in Southern Africa.

Local Dancers Promise Gold in Botswana

The Swaziland Dance Sports Association promised to bring home gold medals from the Southern African Dance Sport Federation Festival to be held in Botswana next weekend.

According to the association’s Public Relations Officer (PRO) Sammy Msibi, they were impressed with the performance of their young dancers during the recent intervarsity games held in Botswana a fortnight ago.

Msibi sounded optimistic that the 21 couples that have been selected to represent the country in Botswana will perform to expectations.

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