You can report anonymously, or you can choose to leave your name and contact details. All information will be treated confidentially and the relevant reporting pathways followed to ensure your protection.
Sports Voice is headed up by experts in both sport and safeguarding, who have a network of associations and organizations working to protect people from abuse.
Dr Kirsten van Heerden is a former South African swimmer and now works as a Clinical Psychologist. She is one of only handful of people to have both represented her country as an athlete and hold a PhD in the area of Sport Psychology. Kirsten has worked with many Olympic and World Champion athletes and teams. To see more of her work, go to: www.newtonagency.co.za
Tracey Hemphill is a swim coach, registered Life Coach and founder of Swim Factory. She is an expert in the area of coach education and runs safeguarding training for Swimming South Africa. To learn more about her, go to: https://www.swimfactorysa.com/
Penny Heyns is an Olympic legend. She won double gold at the 1996 Atlanta Games, is a 14 x world record holder and still the only person ever to hold world records in all three distances at the same time. She is now a business woman, international speaker and chairwoman of the FINA Athletes Committee. To learn more about Penny, go to: https://pennyheyns.com/
Kathryn Kure is the current President of KZN Climbing and has extensive experience in the governance of Non-Profit Organisations in various sectors, including education, arts and culture, development and sport at both provincial and national level. She is passionate about collaborating with people and organizations to ensure the effective and efficient role out of programmes and interventions that benefit communities. To read more about Kathryn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathrynkure/
Hayley Walker is a Master Trainer and board member at Protective Behaviours South Africa, and has extensive experience in creating child protection policies as well as working with children and adults to create a safer environment for children to reach their potential. She is also a committee member of Gauteng North Figure Skating. To learn more about Hayley’s work go to: https://www.clathan.com/