Thank You to everyone who participated in the 3rd annual Kaya FM 67km Relay
- The corporate teams, fun runners, walkers and Kaya FM teams
- The Nelson Mandela Foundation
- The City of Joburg
- The Expo Center Nasrec
- Thebe Foundation
- Global Special Effects South Africa
You can contact the event office on:
Tel: 011 265 – 2000
Completed and paid for entries can be faxed to: 086 585 1310
The Event Bank Account is:
Account: Enteronline (PTY) Ltd
Branch Code: 152205
Account No: 1522173536
- Click here to view the 2015 Kaya FM 67 Relay Race Results
- Kaya FM is the largest independent commercial radio regional station in Gauteng speaking to a discerning Afropolitan audience of middle to upper class consumers. The station broadcasts a unique mix of music (60%) and talk (40%) content and also lives online at www.kayafm.co.za to over 1.5 million listeners weekly. The sound of the station is Soul and Jazz in the day part supported by an intelligent and thought provoking talk block in the evenings.
The radio station has established itself as a strong South African and African radio brand over the past sixteen (16) years as well as a loyal and responsive listener base. Kaya FM’s brand values are based on four key pillars: Afropolitan, Sanctuary, Family and Home.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation delivers to the world an integrated, dynamic and trusted resource on the legacy of Nelson Mandela and with this, the Foundation’s mandate is to promote the vision and work of its Founder by convening dialogues and creating platforms for engagement around critical issues to promote social justice and drive positive change.
As we celebrate the 20 years of Freedom and Democracy, the City of Johannesburg views the 2014 Mandela Day as one of the most significant annual days on its events calendar. For the past few years, the city has supported the Mandela Day, through a number of social activities and also encouraged almost 27 000 employees and the public to spent 67minutes or more in community outreach projects. To ensure that this year’s event is most exciting, the City’s has partnered with Kaya FM.
The two partners will honour the iconic Tata Nelson Mandela by staging a 67 minutes relay at Polo Fields, Waterfall Estate, Sunninghill on July 13. Mandela, a Johannesburg resident, was honoured with the Freeman’s award during in 2005, at the Orlando East Community Hall in Soweto – the venue used by him and colleagues for political meetings and training for boxing, half a century ago.
The name ‘aQuellé’ finds its origins in Latin and Germanic dialects. The Latin word ‘aqua’, which means ‘water’ and the Germanic word ‘Quelle’, which means ‘source’ are joined to create the combination ‘water source’ – aQuellé
aQuellé is pronounced: aQua-ley, with the emphasis on the ‘Qua’.
aQuellé water is found buried along a fault line close to Kranskop. Initially sought after to serve the needs of the community, it was discovered, when tested, that the water was too pure to bath in or garden with. It had to be bottled!
In 1997 a bottling plant was established to bottle this exceptional water. In September 1998 aQuellé burst onto the market with four exciting typically South African flavours, namely Naartjie, Litchi, Marula and Honey Melon. The brand was showcased through a major sponsorship of the triathlon beach contest featuring the Ocean Warriors lifesavers.
Soon aQuellé’s popularity demanded more flavours – the zesty Lemon as well as the two ‘Lite’ flavours, Peach and Youngberry were added to the range to further accommodate the market’s needs.Conveniently situated close to highways and airports, it is just 15 minutes away from Johannesburg, the business capital and economic powerhouse of South Africa.
This multi-purpose venue has dedicated exhibition facilities that are the largest in Africa, offering over 42 000 square meters of covered space, and an additional 80 000 square meters of outdoor, multi-purpose space. This is accessible from multiple entrances with ample and secure parking for up to 20 000 vehicles,with infrastructural services such as telecommunication, in house catering,restaurants, entertainment areas and conference facilities.
The Expo Centre is also remembered in its role as host to the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) for the 2010 Soccer World Cup – the nerve centre for all television operations and world news agencies during the event.