MTN Walk The Talk with 702: Get your entries in and be part of a united Joburg!

Don't miss out on being part of this day of unity and fun.

Both 702 and MTN regard connecting people as one of their key objectives and the MTN Walk the Talk with 702 will provide an opportunity for people from all walks of life to come together peacefully, united in their diversity, for a fun family day out.

The MTN Walk the Talk with 702 caters to walkers of all fitness levels and abilities – there’s a 15km walk which winds through some of Joburg’s iconic landmarks, an 8km walk which goes through the leafy suburbs around Emmerentia, and a 5km walk which attracts a lot of families walking with kids, prams, gran and gramps, and even the family dog.

Many walkers use the event as a platform to raise awareness for great causes and come together in vibrant costumes or matching outfits. Others use it for a team builder for colleagues and friends.

This year each entrant will get a complimentary neck warmer which can be used in a multitude of ways – it’s one of the most versatile accessories for an active lifestyle.

Enter now to be a part of it.

Avoid the traffic – Park and Ride to the Walk the Talk. Click here to book your spot!

Entries fill up fast and there are only 50 000 spaces available!


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