On 28 and 29 April 2018, Paul will walk up and down the Sani Pass in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
On 28 and 29 April 2018, Paul will walk the Sani Pass in Kwa Zulu-Natal. He will walk up on the 28th and then down again on the 29th. He will be joined by other amputees, most notably Heugene Murray, a paralympic athlete, and Xolani Luvuno, who was given a prosthetic leg by the Paul Steyn Foundation. Xolani used to live on the streets of Pretoria, but today has a job and is a marathon runner, a great example of the difference a prosthetic leg can make in the life of an amputee.
We want people to walk with Paul up and down the pass. To that end we are currently negotiating with several establishments in the area in order to put together packages for those who want to join. As it falls on a long weekend (Freedom Day - 27 April), it provides the ideal opportunity for a weekend away from home at one of the most magnificent sites in the Drakensberg range.
We will post more information here in due course.