Khayelitsha dojo scores big in Cape karate event By Lonwabo Marele - August 18, 2022 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Ryushin-kan karate students, from Khayelitsha, won several medals in the Karate Association of Cape Town Unicity (KACTU) trials, on Saturday and Sunday, at the Wynberg Military Base. From left, accredited table officials, Zukhanyo Bolani, Lumanye Spogter, Sensei Monwabisi Spogter, Senpai Khanya Jingxela and Sensei Ditlamono Makgatho. Sensei Monwabisi Spogter with gold medallists Khanya Jingxela and Musa Nopotye, as well as bronze medallist, Zukhanyo Bolani at the weekend’s karate event. At the back, are from left, dojo head instructor at Ryushin-kan, Sensei Monwabisi Spogter, gold medallist Zamahluni Folo, bronze medallist Thandolwethu Fudumele, gold holder Aphiwe Dyantyi and Sensei Ditlamono Makgatho. In front, from left are, silver medallists Athandile Tshotyana and Siphosethu Spogter, gold medallist Linamandla Fudumele, bronze holder Limyoli Ngcaca, and silver winner Libo Mbili. They all participated in the youths and cadets division on Saturday. Final match… Sensei Monwabisi Spogter of Ryushin-kan karate against Sensei Rabie Darryl of Karate-Zen in the veteran’s division on Sunday.