Entries for this year’s Walk the Talk are officially open! On 28 July you'll get to 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 - and THAT is what Bongani set out to achieve on his show this morning.
Follow the action on #MTN702Walk or click here to secure your entry to the 2019 walk.
We have posted our coverage of the outside broadcast below - oldest post to newest post - as the show progressed on air.
“80% of students at @WitsUniversity are black. That’s a fundamental shift and contribution to transformation. However we still have challenges in accommodation, access and more. There’s more work to be done” - @AdHabb on #25YearsOfDemocracy #MTN702Walk #702Breakfast pic.twitter.com/73g280te58— 702 (@Radio702) April 10, 2019
Did you know @WitsUniversity was founded in 1896 and is the 3rd oldest university in South Africa? Walk through this iconic Joburg landmark if you enter the #MTN702Walk 15km route. Visit https://t.co/KhFieHZTIH #25YearsOfDemocracy pic.twitter.com/VpsW4mCXtI— 702 (@Radio702) April 10, 2019
[LIVE] #702Breakfast is out and about in the streets of Joburg this morning. It’s the official launch of #MTN702Walk taking place 28 July. Entries are open at https://t.co/KhFieHZTIH Smile and wave if you spot us in traffic😅 pic.twitter.com/2F2IXAKzA8— 702 (@Radio702) April 10, 2019
.@Bonglez speaks to co-director of Trinity Sessions. The company which commissioned the artwork at Rea Vaya Bus Stations which you get to see en route #MTN702Walk. Stephen also over sees #ArtMyJozi, which uses the arts to revive public spaces in Joburg. #25YearsOfDemocracy pic.twitter.com/YqC0NUQp88— 702 (@Radio702) April 10, 2019
[LIVE] @bonglez speaks to @CityofJoburgZA @JoburgGCSS MMC for Group Corporate and Shared Services, Ntombi Khumalo about the development and changes in Joburg over the past 25 years #MTN702Walk #25YearsOfDemocracy pic.twitter.com/jdRBBu9T6c— 702 (@Radio702) April 10, 2019