Kupakwashe Desmond Mukurumbira

Kupakwashe founded Dominion Sport, a sport development and sport business training organisation that trains, mentors and coaches sport business leaders in Zimbabwe, South Africa and Namibia. Kupakwashe serves as an Advisory Board Member of the UNICEF, United Kingdom Initiative on Safeguarding Children in Sport. In 2011, Kupakwashe was received five awards of academic excellence from the Centre for Biokinetics, Sport Science, Recreation and Leisure at the University of Venda South Africa. Before taking up his present role a Director of Dominion Sport, Kupakwashe worked as a Sport Development Officer with Sport and Recreation South Africa, where he managed the 2010 World Cup Legacy Program in Limpopo Province. Kupakwashe has sat in various local organising committees of regional, continental and international events such the 2010 FIFA World Cup, World Rugby Under 20 Cup, ICC World Cup Qualifier, Sunshine Tour and African Union Sports Council Region 5 Games. Kupakwashe is Sport Management Management Module Writer and Lecturer for the Zimbabwe Institute of, Executive Diploma in Sport Management program. Kupakwashe also Lectures Sports Marketing and Sport Management Courses for the Gateway College, Sport Coaching and Management Diploma. Kupakwashe holds a Master of Commerce in Sport Management from University of Johannesburg, Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Leisure Studies from the University of Venda and a Diploma in Sport Management from the Institute of Commercial Management, United Kingdom.

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Thirteen characteristics of a safeguarding in sport culture

A safeguarding in sport culture refers to the embodiment of safeguarding in sports practices, processes, procedures, policies, mindsets, beliefs, values, and norms that are shared and transferred by sports organisations, its employees and stakeholders in their internal and external environment. This article explores safeguarding in sport culture dynamics, and examines how they affect...

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