Interview with eNCA at Women For Change Run 2019
The Women For Change run aims to bring women together for a better future. As we continue 16 days of activism this month, we focus on how we can create a better and safer environment for women and children.
Interview with The Agenda, SABC News
The Women For Change was started by South Africa’s largest running community ‘Catch Me If You Can’ as a way to speak out against gender-based violence. The running club is now the largest all-women club in South Africa. The women in the club unite to protect each other and to stand up against gender-based violence. The Women For Change 5/8km Run takes place in Sandton City on Saturday.
Women For Change Trailer with Ster-Kinekor
Catch Me If You Can launched their #WomenForChange Anti-Rape Campaign with Ster-Kinekor. The trailer is in support with the Women For Change 5/8km Runs in Sandton City and Cape Town. To reach the masses, Women For Change has partnered with Ster-Kinekor and invited Influencers and Artists such as Leanne Dlamini, Ntsiki Mazwai, Enolicia Strever and Mojabeng Senekal along with the founder of the Tears Foundation, Mara Glennie to speak up about what it means to be a woman in South Africa.
Women For Change with Ntsiki Mazwai
Women For Change has invited Artist, Musician and Activist Ntsiki Mazwai to speak up about what it means to be a woman in South Africa.
“I became an Ambassador for Women For Change because I am a woman, and I am a woman for women. I am a woman who stands with women.” Ntsiki Mazwai said.
CMIYC with Leader Nonny on Khaltsha TV
Connect with other women, get fit and have fun! As South Africa’s largest all women running community, they cater to all fitness levels. Join Nonny, CMIYC Leader in Khayelitsha every week.
CMIYC with Leader Dzu on SABC News
With just 25 days to go before the world’s oldest and largest ultra marathon, today we take a look at the Catch Me If You Can project, an exclusive running community for women started by Sabrina Walter.
Our mobile journalist Njanji Chauke spent the morning with the Jo’burg CBD leader of the project, Dzunisani Mashele. Mashele is one of the 6 thousand five hundred and eighty-eight novices that will attempt the 86.5km up run from Durban to Pietermaritzburg on the 4th of June 2018.
Women For Change Run, Tokai Forest 2016 on News24
Watch thousands of women run through Tokai Forest in protest against Gender Based Violence. More than 3500 people joined the Women For Change Run/Walk on the 15 March 2016.
CMIYC by Runners World Magazine
We caught up with the ladies from CMIYC to find out how they are making running safer and more enjoyable for women across South Africa. Photographs by Nick Aldridge, Music by Anthology