Dumisani Chauke (born on 17th of September 1986) is a South African sportswoman. Presently, she is serving as the SPAR Proteas assistant coach. She was the national under-21 women’s netball team assistant coach. Dumisani played for the Spar Proteas and served as the assistant coach of the Spar Baby Proteas.
She also owns her foundation at Magangeni Primary School in Malamulele.
The Athlete’s date of birth is on 17 Sept 1986, Dumisani CHAUKE is 33 years old, she celebrates her birthday every year on the 17th of September. 
The SPAR Proteas assistant coach, Dumisani Chauke obtained her Postgraduate diploma in Sport Management from Tshwane University of Technology. 
As a single mother balancing work and home duties is also a necessity. The hardworking Dumisani did not allow both work and home Duties to come between.
During her days as the national U-21 women’s netball assistant coach, she spends most time away from home.
“He sort of understands when I tell him that I am going away.
He asks, ‘for 100 weeks?’.
It’s not easy, but you make it work.
Dumisani is dedicated to her work which has set her apart and pushed her into a higher position above the rest
“My motto in life is that all things are possible. Never discredit your dreams, they were given to you for a specific purpose,”
The sportswoman launched her foundation at Magangeni Primary School in Malamulele.
According to her, the Dumisani Chauke Netball Foundation (DCNF) aim is to be a source of empowerment to young girls through netball coaching, life skills training, and various community-based programs.
Dumisani had to return to her roots and according to her, she was born in Malamulele and began netball in Magangeni Primary School in Malamulele.
She decided to go back to where it all began, this she said is part of giving back to the community.
The foundation has been of great help to over 500 girls across Limpopo and Gauteng province.
She became a Sports Organizer at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) at the Directorate of Sport and Recreation in early 2016.
Her great contribution saw her through becoming a finalist at the annual G-sport Award under the woman and coach of the year categories.
The same year, she took home the Coach of the Year Awards at the annual TUT Pretoria Campus Sports Awards.
Dumisani also won the best performance by a staff member award at the annual TUT Prestigious Sports Awards.
As a manager, Dumisani traveled with the South African U-20 Netball team to the region of five games in Angola. Her team took home a gold medal.
She served as the assistant coach of the South African U-21 Netball team.
Dumisani won the African qualifiers Netball Youth World Cup.
She also became the head coach of the Limpopo Baobab netball team which will be participated in the Brutal Fruit Netball Premier League.