“It was my dream to run the Comrades, then I thought if I don’t pick a date I will never do it so I decided to make some healthy choices from then on,” he said.
There is no entrance fee to take part in the weekly 5km event.
Fikile first donned her running shoes for the Comrades Marathon in 2006 and has never looked back.
He received his Green Comrades Marathon number in 2003.
Roads in and around Durban will be closed during the course of the weekend.
The Grade 12 learners at St Mary’s DSG raised enough funds to pay for Bheki’s entry, training and running shoes in preparation for this year’s Comrade’s Marathon.
Thomas More College’s SPAR Star of the Month – May 2017.
Waterfall College’s SPAR Star of the Month – May 2017.
The Highway team’s 1st and 2nd XV teams took on the PMB Collegians in the second round clash and came out victorious.
The 14A, 15A and 16A teams did not concede a single point between them, winning 74-0, 60-0 and 53-0 respectively.
Dozens of youngsters from various clubs gathered at the Collegians Rugby Club to test their skills on the rugby field.