Chess introduced to South African pupils by teacher (2:22) 'Some schools in South Africa have started using chess as an educational tool.'
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One project in the Free State has gone even further - running training programmes, supplying equipment and taking students to local and national tournaments. The BBC spent the day with its director as he looks for a future world champion.
Bethlehem, South Africa -- Narrated by Jabulani Ncubuka:-
When I started to play chess, I started to understand: It doesn't matter where I come from; it doesn't matter from which [click sound] I come from.
Ncubuka's shirt reads, 'Arbiter - SAJCC, Durban', where SAJCC stands for South African Junior Chess Championships. Also featured: George Miya, Head of Maths, L.K Nhlabathi School.