Slave Route Challenge

More feet run towards breaking shackles of slavery

This year’s Slave Route Challenge saw an outstanding turn out as over 9000 participants took to the streets of Cape Town running to break the shackles of enslavement experienced by their ancestors. Event PR manager Fatima Allie says that entries had exceeded the anticipated capacity. The race had to accommodate[…]

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Slave Route Challenge honours 8000 South Africans

On Sunday, thousands of runners participated in the much anticipated Metropolitan Slave Route Challenge. The Slave Route Challenge is an event that honours South Africa’s heritage. Each registered participant runs in honour of one of the 8000 men, women, and children who are symbolic to South Africa’s history. The 8000[…]

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Entries extended for Slave Route Challenge

The closing date for in-store entries for Cape Town‘s biggest community run has been extended until the 24th April. The Slave Route Challenge 2016 will take over the Mother City on Sunday 8 May 2016, and will see thousands of runners tackle some gruelling hills as they navigate their way[…]

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Slave Route Challenge, with a difference

Cape Town’s fascinating slave history will be on display again this year when the annual Slave Route Challenge returns. The race, which takes place in Cape Town on Sunday 8 May 2016, is geared to be bigger and better than previous years, offering entrants the unique opportunity to honour the[…]

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5th Jive Slave Route Challenge launched

Cape Town’s running community can start training for the 5th Annual Jive Slave Route Challenge which will be taking place on Sunday 10th May 2015. The significance of the race has been taken from the rich heritage which has shaped today’s Cape culture. Event organiser, Itheko Event Management’s Faatimah Allie[…]

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