Sello Hatang on Trek4Mandela hikers heading to Kilimanjaro
Research has revealed that girls from poor backgrounds could miss up to 50 days of school each year due to menstrual related challenges.
SABC News visits Imbumba Founder Richard Mabaso’s home to find out where it all started
10 days away from departing for Kilimanjaro, Trek4Mandela launches an activation at Shell Ultra City Midrand
The Imbumba Foundation is a finalist in the 2018 Africa Employee Engagement Awards for the Non-Profit Company of the Year Award.
Seven-million girls miss school annually, due to a lack of sanitary pads. This means that girls miss out on 25% of learning during a school year.
Watch Angela Yeung, explain why she is training to summit Mount Kilimanjaro.
28 May marked International Menstrual Hygiene Day and Imbumba Foundation, through Caring4Girls, celebrated the day by launching a campaign aimed at reaching 100 schools per province between 2018 and 2019.
Mountaineer Sibusiso Vilane to return home after climbing 8000m Mount Everest
SABC Newsroom :- Watch Richard Mabaso live on SABC News talking about Trek4Mandela 2018 and donation from South 32 which will reach 3000 girls