David has been a long-standing, active member of the BASA Western Cape, both in participation and in leadership.
He has been part of the Regional committee for the last 3-years, serving on the Education committee from 2012-2014
and then as the current Vice Chair for BASA-Western Cape.
David Fabricius owns his own practice, networks frequently with other business owners, and has a keen sense of
what the Biokineticist on the ground in private practice and in academia needs.
BA Sports Coaching (University of Zululand, 2005)
BSc (Honors) Biokinetics (University of Zululand, 2006)
Master of Sport Science (Stellenbosch University, 2011)
Mrs Winile Mothsoane
I am goal driven, ambitious, a team player with life experiences that has proven me to be stronger than I always give myself credit for. I believe God had a purpose for my life and I am out here serving it.
Fun fact: I find expressive dance exhilarating (my happy place)
Pet hate: people who stand too close to me in a queue (personal space)
Mrs Wendy Vermaak
Wendy has been in private practice for almost 20 years and has a passion for Biokinetics, educating & empowering Biokineticists, and Servicing Volunteer treatment projects for Health Care Matters. Wendy loves to explore our beautiful country with her husband & son and is always game for an adventure.
Fun fact: if there is music playing; she loves to dance, a lot, all night.
Pet peeve: bad table manners and loud chewing.
Dr. Jacolene Kroff
Academia / Education & Research
Dr Jacolene has been an academic since 2005; Honours and Masters Biokinetics programme convenor at UCT since 2014.
Fun fact: Loves motorcycling and a fanatic tennis fan
Pet peeves: people standing too close to in a queue, and people wearing their masks not covering their noses!
Ms Ronel Du Plessis
Academic lover, with a great passion to help others. Keen interest in chronic diseases and chronic disease rehabilitation.
Will soon embark on her PhD journey
Fun fact: Absolute lover of novelty socks and Blu Betty shoes
Pet peeves: When people are late and loud chewers
Dr Takalani Muluvhu
Director Public Sector
I am a hardworking person and a visionary, always put effort on my work to completion. I have 14 years’ experience as a Biokineticist both in Practice and Academics. I have been a lecturer and Program leader for Biokinetics in two Universities, University of Venda and currently at Tshwane University of Technology. My vision and my project is to see Biokinetics Profession in the public sector.
Fun fact: I love dancing and worshipping with my family, mainly Gospel music.
Pet peeve: when people disrespect others
Ms Loreen Winton
Loreen graduated in 2003 and been practicing for a LONG time.
Fun fact: if Loreen was not a Biokineticist her other dream job would be a performing Singer.
Pet peeves: untrustworthy people, and currently the Cape Town wind is driving her nuts.
Dr. Estelle Watson
To develop an annual CPD Program with proposed budgets
To liaise closely with marketing director to ensure appropriate awareness of CPD activities within the regions and nationally
To ensure CPD activities at regional level
To assist with online events calendar and training centre
To establish and manage sponsorship for CPD activities on regional and national level
To established CPD activities for bi-annual road shows for EXCO
To assist with LTMC committee with CPD activity for LTM Conference biannually.
To educate identified target audience regarding the importance of physical activity within SA healthcare through CPD activities
To promote higher levels of physical activity within the SA population of all ages and conditions, men and women,
in all life settings (See Annual Global Move for Health Initiative) through CPD activity
Mrs Riana Van Wyk
Practice Management Director
Riana currently serves the profession as Practice Management director. She is passionate about the profession and dreams of Bios in the public and private sectors leading and mentoring our unhealthy South African population to holistic wellness. She loves wine and believes in celebrating the small victories in life.
Pet peeve: procrastination
Prof. Leon Lategan
Prof Leon has been a Biokineticist since 1990 & a lecturer at UJ since 1998.
Fun fact: My passion is fishing, golf & any sport.