Colours Policy

KyokushinKaiKan South Africa

Colours Policy

KyokushinKaiKan South Africa national colours regulations

The Colour is awarded by the Association to Members who qualify in terms of the following:

  • Persons who are amateurs as defined by the National Olympic Committee of South Africa;
  • Persons who are bona fide members of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa in good standing;
  • Persons who are South African citizens or foreign citizens resident in South Africa for a minimum of two years from date of entry into the Republic and who are, at the time of application, in possession of a permanent residence permit.

The emblem

The emblem is the National KyokushinKaiKan South Africa emblem designed for the purpose of awarding National colours as a sign of recognition for performance excellence in the field, with the intention of bringing pride to the nation of South Africa. The emblem is Gold on Green or Black with the Kanko embedded in the centre of the logo and the wording Karate thereunder. The emblem may include the national flag above for sanctioned international events

National colours recognition criteria

  • National colours may be awarded to persons who have been selected by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa selection committee to represent South Africa at any International Karate Organisation Kyokushin event which has been sanctioned by KyokushinKaiKan South Africa.
  • National colours may be awarded to individuals for dedication and service.
  • National colours may be awarded to Juniors between the ages of 13 and 17 as will be determined from time to time by the National Executive and will have the word “Junior” below the badge.
  • National colours may be awarded to Officials and have the word “Manager” below the badge.
  • National colours may only be awarded to members who have agreed to the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa code of conduct.
  • Any member who has previously been awarded National colours and is in breach of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa code of conduct may be struck from the record and be no longer considered to have national colours.

Protea colours

  • The Protea is the National emblem of South Africa and will be requested to SASCOC via Karate South Africa.
  • Protea colours may be awarded to persons who have been selected by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa selection committee to represent South Africa at any International Karate Organisation Kyokushin event which has been sanctioned by KyokushinKaiKan South Africa.
  • Holders of Protea colours shall have the right to KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National colours.
  • Protea colours may only be awarded to members who have agreed to the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa code of conduct.
  • Any member who has previously been awarded Protea colours and is in breach of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa code of conduct may be struck from the record and be no longer considered to have Protea colours.

Rights and Intellectual property

  • KyokushinKaiKan South Africa is the sole owner and rights holder of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa national emblem.
  • The badge may only be displayed or worn with the written authorisation of KyokushinKaiKan South Africa from the time of award onwards.
  • KyokushinKaiKan South Africa has the right to terminate the usage of the badge.

Uniform

  • The uniform for National or Protea colours is determined by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National Executive Committee.
  • The uniform may change from time to time.
  • The uniform must be worn as per the dress code stipulated by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National Executive Committee when traveling, attending meetings or any other occasions.
  • The uniform must be purchased via KyokushinKaiKan South Africa.
  • When a member is selected repeatedly the uniform must be upgraded to the specified event current dress code.
  • A member may wear his or her previously awarded uniform to special occasions when not required as the specified event or tour dress code.
  • The uniform and all components thereof must be neat and clean and fit correctly at all times.
  • The uniform must be respected and worn as a badge of honour symbolising the pride of the National of South Africa and the sport and spirit of KyokushinKai Karate.

 

Ceremony

  • When a member is awarded National or Protea colours the member must attend an officially recognised handover ceremony. Only once this ceremony has been successfully completed may the member wear the official uniform.
  • A member of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National Executive Committee or appointed delegate must be present at the awards ceremony.
  • The uniform may be handed over by an invited dignitary.
  • The ceremony must be sanctioned by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National Executive Committee.

ADMINISTRATION

The National Executive Committee KyokushinKaiKan South Africa shall

  • Apply to SASCOC via Karate South Africa for Protea colours.
  • Keep a record of all athletes who have achieved National colours
  • Keep a record of all athletes who have achieved Protea colours

Variations on the emblem

Domestic Emblem Domestic National Colours

National colours when traveling abroad on sanctioned international events

  

               

Pantones:

Green: RGB: 15, 121, 59

Gold:     RGB: 251, 202, 18

KyokushinKaiKan South Africa

Colours Policy

KyokushinKaiKan South Africa national colours regulations

The Colour is awarded by the Association to Members who qualify in terms of the following:

  • Persons who are amateurs as defined by the National Olympic Committee of South Africa;
  • Persons who are bona fide members of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa in good standing;
  • Persons who are South African citizens or foreign citizens resident in South Africa for a minimum of two years from date of entry into the Republic and who are, at the time of application, in possession of a permanent residence permit.

The emblem

The emblem is the National KyokushinKaiKan South Africa emblem designed for the purpose of awarding National colours as a sign of recognition for performance excellence in the field, with the intention of bringing pride to the nation of South Africa. The emblem is Gold on Green or Black with the Kanko embedded in the centre of the logo and the wording Karate thereunder. The emblem may include the national flag above for sanctioned international events

National colours recognition criteria

  • National colours may be awarded to persons who have been selected by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa selection committee to represent South Africa at any International Karate Organisation Kyokushin event which has been sanctioned by KyokushinKaiKan South Africa.
  • National colours may be awarded to individuals for dedication and service.
  • National colours may be awarded to Juniors between the ages of 13 and 17 as will be determined from time to time by the National Executive and will have the word “Junior” below the badge.
  • National colours may be awarded to Officials and have the word “Manager” below the badge.
  • National colours may only be awarded to members who have agreed to the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa code of conduct.
  • Any member who has previously been awarded National colours and is in breach of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa code of conduct may be struck from the record and be no longer considered to have national colours.

Protea colours

  • The Protea is the National emblem of South Africa and will be requested to SASCOC via Karate South Africa.
  • Protea colours may be awarded to persons who have been selected by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa selection committee to represent South Africa at any International Karate Organisation Kyokushin event which has been sanctioned by KyokushinKaiKan South Africa.
  • Holders of Protea colours shall have the right to KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National colours.
  • Protea colours may only be awarded to members who have agreed to the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa code of conduct.
  • Any member who has previously been awarded Protea colours and is in breach of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa code of conduct may be struck from the record and be no longer considered to have Protea colours.

Rights and Intellectual property

  • KyokushinKaiKan South Africa is the sole owner and rights holder of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa national emblem.
  • The badge may only be displayed or worn with the written authorisation of KyokushinKaiKan South Africa from the time of award onwards.
  • KyokushinKaiKan South Africa has the right to terminate the usage of the badge.

Uniform

  • The uniform for National or Protea colours is determined by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National Executive Committee.
  • The uniform may change from time to time.
  • The uniform must be worn as per the dress code stipulated by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National Executive Committee when traveling, attending meetings or any other occasions.
  • The uniform must be purchased via KyokushinKaiKan South Africa.
  • When a member is selected repeatedly the uniform must be upgraded to the specified event current dress code.
  • A member may wear his or her previously awarded uniform to special occasions when not required as the specified event or tour dress code.
  • The uniform and all components thereof must be neat and clean and fit correctly at all times.
  • The uniform must be respected and worn as a badge of honour symbolising the pride of the National of South Africa and the sport and spirit of KyokushinKai Karate.

 

Ceremony

  • When a member is awarded National or Protea colours the member must attend an officially recognised handover ceremony. Only once this ceremony has been successfully completed may the member wear the official uniform.
  • A member of the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National Executive Committee or appointed delegate must be present at the awards ceremony.
  • The uniform may be handed over by an invited dignitary.
  • The ceremony must be sanctioned by the KyokushinKaiKan South Africa National Executive Committee.

ADMINISTRATION

The National Executive Committee KyokushinKaiKan South Africa shall

  • Apply to SASCOC via Karate South Africa for Protea colours.
  • Keep a record of all athletes who have achieved National colours
  • Keep a record of all athletes who have achieved Protea colours

Variations on the emblem

Domestic Emblem Domestic National Colours

National colours when traveling abroad on sanctioned international events

  

               

Pantones:

Green: RGB: 15, 121, 59

Gold:     RGB: 251, 202, 18