Sibaya chases 67 minutes for good

The Sibaya team who embarked on the obstacle challenge to raise funds for the Domino Foundation.

A spirited team from Sibaya, inspired by a passion to make a difference, donned their athletics gear and roll up their sleeves to be part of the action packed, 670 metre ‘obstacle’ challenge being staged by The Domino Foundation on Mandela Day.

The ten-strong team tackled a 670m course, moving through action stations where each member complete set challenges that ultimately support The Domino Foundation’s programmes.

They had 60 minutes to complete the course and participate in activities such as sandwich-making for our feeding programme, preparation of play-dough for crèches, jewellery-making to support our anti-human trafficking programme as well as making resources for pupils in the Early Childhood Development centres and pre-primary schools that the Foundation assists.

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Sibaya’s team comprised of Robbie Naidoo (Marketing Manager), Janet Pillay (PR and Promotions Manager), Tracy Bamber, Justin Govindsamy, Presen Moodley, Vinolyn Naidoo, Njabulo Ntuli, Nokukhanya Phewa, Nomkhosi Hlophe and Michael Ntongana.

They were put through their paces alongside teams from other organisations and businesses who have been galvanised to be part of this fun-filled event that has at its heart the goal to provide hope for people in need.

The Domino Foundation is a non-profit organisation that creates essential structures geared towards supporting people, projects and programmes that are meeting the needs of individuals and communities physically, emotionally, cognitively and spiritually through mercy, justice and empowerment. For more information on The Domino Foundation visit

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