South African Pro Surfer Seeks Transformation in Privileged Sport

"Surfing is a privileged sport. It needs a lot of money for one to reach the top level," said South African pro surfer Avuyile Ndamase. A resident of Port St Johns in the Eastern Cape, Ndamase's passion for the sport has seen him travel around the world to showcase his skill, and he wants to bring this opportunity to the next generation of black surfers.

What are the benefits of surfing for our kids? Surfing is associated with improved confidence and esteem, decreased depression and anxiety, increased concentration and analytical skills, and improved physical well-being (file photo).

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