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End the taboo. Period!

Saturday 7 July 2018, Saturday Star

Not talking about menstruation, or knowing how to cope with it, is leaving many girls without schooling.

Stairway to compassion

Saturday 21 July 2018, Saturday Star

Climbing Kilimanjaro is a character-tester of note.

Tree of life planted to honour Gugu

14 July 2018 Saturday Star

Widow plants first of 100 saplings on slopes of Kilimanjaro.

Trek4Mandela OR Tambo Send-0ff

11 July 2018 SABC Digital News

Sello Hatang on Trek4Mandela hikers heading to Kilimanjaro

SABC Digital News Caring4Girls

Sunday 08 July 2018

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 Trek4Mandela team visits Luphisi Village in Mpumalanga

Monday 09 July 2018

SABC News visits Imbumba Founder Richard Mabaso’s home to find out where it all started

Bikers for Mandela Day ride to keep girls in school

Monday 02 July 2018, The Citizen

Bikers for Mandela Day, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, will this year rally in aid of Keep a Girl Child in School.

Launch of Mandela Month

Monday 02 July 2018 SABC News

10 days away from departing for Kilimanjaro,  Trek4Mandela launches an activation at Shell Ultra City Midrand

Africa Employee Engagement Awards Finalist

Winners to be announced at Awards Gala on 14th June

The Imbumba Foundation is a finalist in the 2018 Africa Employee Engagement Awards for the Non-Profit Company of the Year Award.

#AKA’s mom has her sights set beyond Kilimanjaro

5 June 2018, Pretoria News

When Lynn Forbes was a little 11-year-old, Kilimanjaro was her magical place to escape.

Stepping up the Stairs for big climb of Kilimanjaro

IOL 5 June 2018

Nelson Mandela Foundation chief executive Sello Hatang and Kevin Ritchie ham it up for the cameras at the bottom of Westcliff Stairs – with Hatang in his jeans.

Lack of sanitary pads impact negatively on schooling

SABC News 1 June 2018

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.

Angela Yeung, Founder and Managing Director of Impilo Collection on Trek4Mandela

iTrend iTV DsTV channel 347

Watch Angela Yeung, explain why she is training to summit Mount Kilimanjaro.

Why Boys Should Be Included In Women Empowerment Conversations

The Daily Vox, 29 May 2018

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.

Trek4Mandela training update on SABC NEWS

Sunday, 27 May 2018

Mountaineer Sibusiso Vilane to return home after climbing 8000m Mount Everest

‘Up the berg, time to get a little cocky, the worst is over’

Cape Argus 4 May BLACK PANTHER: Kevin Ritchie and Tawanda Chatikobo, a superhero of the berg.

THERE are rubber tips at the bottom of your climbing poles. They’re there so that you can get them past airport security without having them confiscated as weapons.

Trekking for Mandela will yield positive results

Summitting for a Good Cause The Star 2 May 2018

Summiting for a good cause Esther Masinga is off to Everest.

Teacher’s sights on Mt Kili for a worthy cause

Pretoria News 2 May 2018

Out to make a difference to poor pupils’ lives Esther Masinga and reigning Mrs SA Nicole Capper pose for a picture in the freezing air after summiting Kala Patthar in the …

Sights on the peak for a good cause

Pretoria News 1 March 2018

Vilane set to climb Everest to raise funds for girls’ education.

Giving poverty the boot

The Mercury 5 April 2018

Two men are stepping up to defy patriarchy and address the needs of disadvantaged schoolgirls by climbing Africa’s highest mountain.

Lightening load for next generations

The Star 6 April How two businessmen will climb Mt Kilimanjaro to help disadvantaged schoolgirls

There’s a pair of hiking boots in a glass box in Sello Hatang’s office. They’re caked in mud, dried now.

These boots are made for climbing up Kilimanjaro

Pretoria News 4 April 2018

Trekking up highest mountain in Africa to aid 2 million girls is the aim.

The Mercury: Summiting for a Good Cause

The Mercury: Summiting for a Good Cause 2 May 2018

Summiting for a good cause…ESTHER Masinga is off to Everest in 2020. She’ll do it because she’s put her mind to it, just like she told Sibusiso Vilane she wanted …

A Mountain Man at his Peak

Sibusiso Vilane - a Mountain Man at his Peak The Argus 01 March 2018

A mountain man at his peak – Sibusiso Vilane is off to Everest for the third time – after two marathons and the Trek4Mandela

R1 Million donation from South 32 enables girls

R1-million donation by South32 reaches 3000 girls

Ezakheleni High School in King Cetshwayo district was the first beneficiary of a R1-million donation by mining company South32.

Richard Mabaso on Trek4Mandela Expedition 2018

Watch Richard Mabaso's interview on SABC

SABC Newsroom Watch Richard Mabaso live on SABC News talking about Trek4Mandela 2018 and donation from South 32 which will reach 3000 girls HELPING OTHERS

End the taboo. Period!

Saturday 7 July 2018, Saturday Star

Not talking about menstruation, or knowing how to cope with it, is leaving many girls without schooling.

Stairway to compassion

Saturday 21 July 2018, Saturday Star

Climbing Kilimanjaro is a character-tester of note.

Tree of life planted to honour Gugu

14 July 2018 Saturday Star

Widow plants first of 100 saplings on slopes of Kilimanjaro.

Bikers for Mandela Day ride to keep girls in school

Monday 02 July 2018, The Citizen

Bikers for Mandela Day, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, will this year rally in aid of Keep a Girl Child in School.

#AKA’s mom has her sights set beyond Kilimanjaro

5 June 2018, Pretoria News

When Lynn Forbes was a little 11-year-old, Kilimanjaro was her magical place to escape.

Stepping up the Stairs for big climb of Kilimanjaro

IOL 5 June 2018

Nelson Mandela Foundation chief executive Sello Hatang and Kevin Ritchie ham it up for the cameras at the bottom of Westcliff Stairs – with Hatang in his jeans.

‘Up the berg, time to get a little cocky, the worst is over’

Cape Argus 4 May BLACK PANTHER: Kevin Ritchie and Tawanda Chatikobo, a superhero of the berg.

THERE are rubber tips at the bottom of your climbing poles. They’re there so that you can get them past airport security without having them confiscated as weapons.

Trekking for Mandela will yield positive results

Summitting for a Good Cause The Star 2 May 2018

Summiting for a good cause Esther Masinga is off to Everest.

Teacher’s sights on Mt Kili for a worthy cause

Pretoria News 2 May 2018

Out to make a difference to poor pupils’ lives Esther Masinga and reigning Mrs SA Nicole Capper pose for a picture in the freezing air after summiting Kala Patthar in the …

Sights on the peak for a good cause

Pretoria News 1 March 2018

Vilane set to climb Everest to raise funds for girls’ education.

Giving poverty the boot

The Mercury 5 April 2018

Two men are stepping up to defy patriarchy and address the needs of disadvantaged schoolgirls by climbing Africa’s highest mountain.

Lightening load for next generations

The Star 6 April How two businessmen will climb Mt Kilimanjaro to help disadvantaged schoolgirls

There’s a pair of hiking boots in a glass box in Sello Hatang’s office. They’re caked in mud, dried now.

These boots are made for climbing up Kilimanjaro

Pretoria News 4 April 2018

Trekking up highest mountain in Africa to aid 2 million girls is the aim.

The Mercury: Summiting for a Good Cause

The Mercury: Summiting for a Good Cause 2 May 2018

Summiting for a good cause…ESTHER Masinga is off to Everest in 2020. She’ll do it because she’s put her mind to it, just like she told Sibusiso Vilane she wanted …

A Mountain Man at his Peak

Sibusiso Vilane - a Mountain Man at his Peak The Argus 01 March 2018

A mountain man at his peak – Sibusiso Vilane is off to Everest for the third time – after two marathons and the Trek4Mandela

R1 Million donation from South 32 enables girls

R1-million donation by South32 reaches 3000 girls

Ezakheleni High School in King Cetshwayo district was the first beneficiary of a R1-million donation by mining company South32.

Trek4Mandela OR Tambo Send-0ff

11 July 2018 SABC Digital News

Sello Hatang on Trek4Mandela hikers heading to Kilimanjaro

SABC Digital News Caring4Girls

Sunday 08 July 2018

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 Trek4Mandela team visits Luphisi Village in Mpumalanga

Monday 09 July 2018

SABC News visits Imbumba Founder Richard Mabaso’s home to find out where it all started

Launch of Mandela Month

Monday 02 July 2018 SABC News

10 days away from departing for Kilimanjaro,  Trek4Mandela launches an activation at Shell Ultra City Midrand

Africa Employee Engagement Awards Finalist

Winners to be announced at Awards Gala on 14th June

The Imbumba Foundation is a finalist in the 2018 Africa Employee Engagement Awards for the Non-Profit Company of the Year Award.

Lack of sanitary pads impact negatively on schooling

SABC News 1 June 2018

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.

Angela Yeung, Founder and Managing Director of Impilo Collection on Trek4Mandela

iTrend iTV DsTV channel 347

Watch Angela Yeung, explain why she is training to summit Mount Kilimanjaro.

Why Boys Should Be Included In Women Empowerment Conversations

The Daily Vox, 29 May 2018

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.

Trek4Mandela training update on SABC NEWS

Sunday, 27 May 2018

Mountaineer Sibusiso Vilane to return home after climbing 8000m Mount Everest

Richard Mabaso on Trek4Mandela Expedition 2018

Watch Richard Mabaso's interview on SABC

SABC Newsroom Watch Richard Mabaso live on SABC News talking about Trek4Mandela 2018 and donation from South 32 which will reach 3000 girls HELPING OTHERS