We use endurance sport as a driver for conservation awareness and education, hence the motto to “move from caring to doing”
Run Wild for Rhinos 2022 will kick off on 22 Sept, World Rhino Day and take me through the Eastern Cape game reserves, then via the exquisite and stunning wild coast to KZN where I will run to and through a couple of rhino bearing reserves before making my way to Mpumalanga and the Kruger National Park to end this journey at the Lebombo Border Post outside the town of Komati Poort. This 85 day 2900+km running expedition will take me to and through 22 rhino bearing game reserves – mostly big 5 game reserves and will be showcased as a reality show with daily livestreams on 8 different social media destinations.
The 2021 Run Wild for Rhinos expedition took us to and through 11 of the rhino bearing reserves in the Eastern Cape, both public and private, to highlight the good efforts in rhino conservation, the community involvement and upliftment and to promote these reserves as tourist destinations.
21 day 877km journey from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth for cancer awareness.
In 2020 from 22 September 2020, World Rhino Day, until 1 January 2021 I completed a new Guinness World Record run for most consecutive half marathons run by a female. 102 in total.
This was done for rhino conservation awareness and also to promote small and medium businesses in Port Elizabeth during and after the extended hard lockdowns as many closed their doors and those who managed to remain open really needed the promotions.