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The Munga (Hunga) Games

The Munga. Where to start? On the official website the inaugural Munga Trail is described as a 400km (actually 413km) five day trail race with 11,000 m of vertical gain. It is run from Lakenvlei Forest Lodge (outside Belfast, Mpumalanga) ...

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Leadership Development Institute

We were honored to have Kim talk at our Women’s Month Breakfast recently. Her presentation of her epic journey, Tri the Beloved Country, around South Africa’s perimeter was enlightening, entertaining and a wakeup call for all present to review the ...

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T-TBC – 7 days to go

We are in the Eastern Cape and cannot believe we are into our final week. This time next week will be arriving at Nahoon Beach in east London after completing a journey of some 6500km’s. It’s “rest” day in St ...

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Day 119 – Gordons Bay

After a great rest day on Monday at the Protea Hotel Seapoint, we were blessed with one perfect winters day for the beautiful run via Camp’s Bay and Hout Bay to Kommetjie. It was a huge highlight to have the ...

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Day 80 – Orange River

We have just returned from cycling a portage section around the lower gorge on the Orange River near Onseepkans which is just in from Pofadder. It was spectacular to say the least. The “Tri the Beloved Country Expedition” is going ...

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Win a R60,000 Adventure in Namibia

You could be the winner of a luxury safari adventure with Wilderness Safaris in Namibia (www.wilderness-safaris.com)   How do you enter? Purchase 1 Cent per KM for the Carel Du Toit Children’s Center for Deaf Children, and you will be ...

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Team T-TBC Cycling Strong

A lot has happened in the last 10 days! Since Musina we have been largely out of cell phone range and in fairly wild country. Soon after leaving Musina we began to hug the South bank of the Limpopo River ...

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Update from Kim

[noteblock] Day 26 – 30 Catchup [/noteblock] I am enjoying my last rest day this month at Rocktail Bay Beach Camp (a Wilderness Safaris Resort) and can hardly believe that by tomorrow I will have run just over a thousand ...

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Team T-TBC Going Strong

On Thurs(day 17) we had quite a short day – ran from the Durban Harbour along the promenade then on the beach as much as possible to the lighhthouse at Umhlanga. Thanks so much to Sean and his team (New ...

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