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Enter MTN Walk the Talk and join a community walking in the right direction

Entries for this year’s Walk the Talk are officially open! Experience something special at the 18th edition of Joburg’s most iconic walk. It’s a chance to enjoy being outdoors, to laugh with strangers, appreciate our diversity, and be part of a community celebrating how far it has come.

The MTN Walk the Talk with 702 event 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 teambuilder for colleagues and friends. There’s also the opportunity to give back as a portion of the entry fees go toward communities across the city as part of the Walk the Talk Legacy Project.

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READ MORE: Aki Anastasiou remembers the first Walk the Talk with 702


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