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The Coldest Triangle

Filed in Adventurers by on June 15, 2016 • views: 228
The Coldest Triangle

The Coldest Triangle – written – sorry – (to be) cycled by De Bruyn Joubert from Around 7 Continents. Normal people are happy cycling the Cape Town Cycle Tour as a bucket list item. DeBruyn is not normal. Read below and visit his page for more pics and full story of his intended 2000km unsupported […]

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Darryn August: Cape Town’s Hero

Filed in Spirit by on June 10, 2016 • views: 719
Darryn August: Cape Town’s Hero

In Awe, Humbled & Inspired – three emotions I experienced driving back home last night after visiting Darryn August at the Lentegeur Rehabilation Centre in Cape Town. Allow me to introduce you to the story from the beginning. A little more than a month ago, Darryn was in train going to Somerset West. He witnessed […]

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Dave Bosman

Filed in Spirit by on May 31, 2016 • views: 1722
Dave Bosman

1600 km skateboarding challenge Dave Bosman is taking on the greatest challenge of his life. He will be skateboarding – yep – you read correctly,  skateboarding, from John O’Groats at the top of Scotland to Lands End at the bottom of England. His route will take him more than 1600 km and he’ll be doing […]

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Everest for August

Filed in Spirit by on May 15, 2016 • views: 471
Everest for August

Grame (Ham) Kuys and Daryn (with one’r’) Goldsbrough Graeme (Ham) Kuys and Daryn Goldsbrough completed their Everesting Fundraiser for Darryn August on Saturday the 14th of May on the Steenbras view point road in Gordons Bay and in doing so have raised almost half a million Rand. Facebook Event Page Two weeks ago, Darryn August […]

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67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day

Filed in Humanity by on April 22, 2016 • views: 1366
67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day

12,000 Square Metres was the target – 17,181 Square Metres was achieved 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day was awesome today and 10 500 blankets laid out on a field converted Drakenstein Prison in Paarl into a kaleidoscope of colours that represented South Africa in all its glory. Inmates and members of the public around […]

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Elna – Melissa – Anika are 3 Awesome South Africans

Filed in Spirit by on March 8, 2016 • views: 251
Elna – Melissa – Anika are 3 Awesome South Africans

Elna Dürr | Melissa Viljoen | Anika Pretorius Elna Dürr has only 5% percentage extreme tunnel vision and with her guide runner, Melissa Viljoen they are athletes in the T12 100m and 200m division with their coach Anika Pretorius (who only has 10% vision herself) They call themselves the 3 Blind Mice and yes they […]

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Paul Ucheck

Filed in Spirit by on February 9, 2016 • views: 280
Paul Ucheck

Paul’s wife and daughter have been diagnosed with breast cancer. His wife passed away, but his daughter is doing very well because of good treatment and an earlier detection. Because of these, Paul has dedicated his life to raising funds for Cancer research. He does so by walking long distances – bare foot. Website http://www.barefootforcancer.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/paul.ucheck […]

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RHINO INDABA in the Park

Filed in News by on January 18, 2016 • views: 359
RHINO INDABA in the Park

SATURDAY 23 JANUARY 2016 – SEA POINT PROMENADE 08:00 – 13:00 ………Look out for George the life-sized fibreglass Rhino – you won’t miss us. A cumulative public awareness ‘indaba’ of organisations involved in wildlife conservation. The Rhino may be the mascot and most publically recognised cause, but we all also represent the conservation of all […]

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AWESOME Adventure with Triumph

Filed in Blog by on January 6, 2016 • views: 347
AWESOME Adventure with Triumph

Mike Hopkins Motorcycles has given Awesome South Africans the freedom of the road and the ability to Triumph in 2016. Andrew and his team have sponsored a Triumph Tiger 1050 ABS to us: Transport to interview profiles on site / location Lower fuel costs and ease in traffic congestions (motorbike as opposed to car) Freedom […]

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8 Days to go – Stuart Connacher from Facing It

Filed in Blog by on December 8, 2015 • views: 812
8 Days to go – Stuart Connacher from Facing It

In 8 days time, Stuart starts rowing across the Atlantic Ocean from La Gomera to Antigua ( a distance of 3000 Nautical Miles) in the Talisker Whiskey Challenge. He is doing this not only as a personal challenge – but to also raise awareness and funds for the SMILE FOUNDATION in South Africa. http://www.easyreg.co.za/charity/donations/new?organization_id=4 There […]

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Stuart Connacher – Facing it

Filed in Adventurers, Uncategorized by on November 10, 2015 • views: 864
Stuart Connacher – Facing it

Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge 2015: Competitor Stuart Connacher, solo rower, will be joining other teams from around the globe that will row more than 3,000 nautical miles across the world’s second largest ocean, the Atlantic. They will head west from San Sebastiean in La Gomera to Nelson’s Dockyard English Harbour, Antigua. Once they leave the […]

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Team No Breaks

Filed in Spirit by on November 10, 2015 • views: 462
Team No Breaks

Team No Breaks UP 14 000 metres: ‘Team No Breaks’ is going to run 14 000 metres (in elevation) over 14 days for 14 year old Alex Boettger with Congenital Muscular Dystrophy. Team No Breaks consists of Andrea Nettel and Lee-Ann Dawson (and any body else that wants to join) (This is almost 2 times […]

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