TV presenter excited for her Trek for Mandela challenge

The Trek for Mandela begins in a matter of days. And among the celebrities joining the team to trek to the summit of Kilimanjaro is eNCA prime time news presenter, Cathy Mohalahlana

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Mohlalana is part of a group that leaves later in the month.

But her training schedule has been hectic.

And she’s spoken about the intimidating final summit night, which is the steepest, coldest climb of 6-hours, to reach Uhuru Peak.

Mohlahlana says she’s psyching herself up for a special cause, that ensures disadvantaged schoolgirls have access to sanitary pads.

It is quite exciting and I must say, I have spent about four years thinking about this. That is how long it has taken to get my mind in the mental space.

Cathy Mohalahlana, eNCA prime time news presenter

Listen below to hear Mohlahlana speak about the Trek for Mandela initiative...


This article first appeared on 702 : TV presenter excited for her Trek for Mandela challenge


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