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Time is running out! The closing date for payment for the 2018 South African Closed Tournament is on 10 March. Tshwane Chess is sponsoring 7 less privileged players, and needs your help to pay for their entry fees and accommodation. If you are willing and able to donate an amount (ANY amount will do), please do so. It will be so much appreciated by the players as well as Tshwane Chess. We need to ensure international participation in 2018 by as many Tshwane players as possible.
Tshwane Chess is the official chess organisation responsible for all non-school rated chess tournaments in the Tshwane area.
All official tournament results will be available on chess-results.com.
A single webpage containing important documents, announcements and entry links for schools chess (Chess organised by the Dept. of Education).
The national chess body for South Africa.
A permalink to the SAJCC website. This is the biggest national event in Southern Africa.
Tshwane Chess has a strong relationship with KCF and does a lot for chess development in not only South Africa, but the rest of Africa as well.
KCF is pleased to be able to announce that GM Farrukh Amonatov (2632) from Tajikistan, GM Sriram Jha (2396) from India and GM Sahaj Grover (2473) from India will be participating in the forthcoming PSS Rapid
and PSS Capablanca tournaments in South Africa in April.
They will be joined by most of the top players in Southern Africa in a 10 player field that will have a 2350 average rating and a norm requirement of 6/9 for local norm seekers. .