Controversial former University of the Witwatersrand SRC president Mcebo Dlamini was denied bail in .
Kenneth "Conti" Kubheka, Safa coaching education head, has called for the use of qualified coaches in provincial and national development competitions.
"We are training coaches on a regular basis, some of them are former professional players," said Kubheka, who is attending the ongoing SA Games in Bloemfontein.
"We need to start using them. I strongly believe that we need to involve more qualified coaches in all the development competitions, both men and women.
"Using qualified coaches will assist to properly guide the youngsters to help us produce quality players. We also need uniformity in all our coaching levels.
"I was impressed by the Free State, they have Litre (Ishmael Mokitlane, former Bloemfontein Celtic player) as a coach of their men's team."
The fourth SA Games, which the City of Mangaung are using as a dry-run for the 2010 World Cup, began on Monday.
They are taking part in athletics, swimming, sevens rugby, soccer, boxing, cricket, gymnastics, hockey, golf, table tennis, tennis, goal ball, netball and disability sports. Team Gauteng have been dominating the event since its inception.
Moss Mashishi, Sascoc president, said: "These games are an ideal platform for talented athletes to be identified early so that they may benefit from special programmes designed to take them to the next level of sporting competition."