The 2019 MTN Walk the Talk with 702 entries are now open

We don’t barbeque, we braai, we don’t stop at a traffic light, we wait for the robot to change! We live in Mzansi and know what makes this country such a special place – so let’s come together and celebrate ourselves!


Themed Walk for South Africa, The MTN Walk the Talk with 702 is back with its popular 5 KM, 8 KM and 15 KM walk. And this year we are introducing a once-off 25 KM walk to mark 25 years of democracy.


Entries for this year’s event are officially open and as always, the cap at 50 000 walkers means that you need to register soon to avoid missing out on this chance to take to the streets of the City of Joburg.


In addition to fostering camaraderie between all sorts of people, and encouraging healthy activity, the Walk is also a fantastic day out for family, friends, colleagues and peers. Walkers can get their steps in and then stay on for live entertainment and a picnic or even a braai on the fields in the Autumn sunshine.


“We love that the MTN Walk the Talk with 702 brings people together,” said 702 station manager Thabisile Mbete. “It’s an opportunity to share great moments with your fellow walkers – whether you knew them before or met them on the route.”


“As a proudly South African company, we always strive to be at the forefront of investing and contributing positively to the development of sporting codes that resonate with our country and MTN Walk the Talk with 702 is a great example of how MTN continues to brighten the lives of fans and customers through this partnership – enter the Walk and come experience the exciting offerings that define the brighter side,” says Jacqui O’Sullivan – Executive Corporate Affairs: MTN SA


The event caters to individuals, groups, as well as large corporate or charity teams.


To enter, or for more information visit


The MTN Walk the Talk with 702 is supported by the City of Joburg, who see the event as a showcase of the City’s ability to host world class events.

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