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Crossing For CANSA

From the 20th of March 2024, Chris Sparkes and his crew set sail from Florida, United States of America, to Barcelona, Spain. They will, however, not only be navigating the waves but also embracing a unique fitness challenge: committing to one exercise rep for every nautical mile sailed. Their hope is to raise funds for CANSA’s care and support programmes as well as to inspire a global community towards daily acts of positivity…

Posted on 13 March 2024

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Be Colourfully Kind at this Week’s African Karting Cup

Spectators at this week’s African Karting Cup (AKC), which is taking place at Zwartkops Kart Circuit in Centurion between 15 – 17 February, will not only have the opportunity to see 40 of the finest participants from all over Africa battling it out, but will also be able to lend support to CANSA. CANSA is excited to host a Shavathon at the event with our theme this year – ‘Be Colourfully Kind’. It’s CANSA’s 22nd year of hosting Shavathon events and what better way to celebrate than for the karting community to focus on kindness…

Posted on 13 February 2024

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Win a Team entry to Torpedo SwimRun Cape Town Nov 2023

Win a team entry to Torpedo SwimRun taking place on 18 November 2023 in Cape Town, valued at R4900! Torpedo is a swimming and running race across Cape Town’s famous […]

Posted on 31 October 2023

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Bounce to Fitness with CANSA & ReboundSA

1st October 2022 will be a National Rebounding Day in South Africa. CANSA is once again partnering with ReboundSA to present the second National Bounce-A-thon across the country on Saturday 1 October…

Posted on 12 September 2022

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Joy of Movement with Nia For CANSA

Nia Africa are celebrating Women’s Month, with its ‘Joy of Movement’ campaign in aid of CANSA, by hosting special Nia classes every Saturday during August. The aim is to raise funds for CANSA and create awareness around how regular exercise and physical activity plays a major role in leading a balanced lifestyle, which reduces the risk of cancer…

Posted on 15 August 2022

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3 Peaks for Cancer Awareness

On 26 March 2022, Stefan Van Neel will be doing 3Peaks in 5 hours to collect essential items for the CANSA Eikehof Care Home, in Athlone.

Posted on 10 March 2022

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Kimberley to Kilimanjaro for CANSA 2021

From 3 to 10 March 2021, three extraordinary ladies, from the small city of Kimberley, will climb Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) and in honour of cancer patients, especially children, who face their own daily battles with the disease as well as raising awareness of the severity of Gender-Based Violence within South Africa.
Sisters, Dineo Kumalo and Carey Moraldi, along with Dineo’s best friend Karabelo Mojanaga, are the three intrepid ladies who will be taking on Mount Kilimanjaro. The ladies spent most of 2020 researching, saving and training for this adventure, which included five-to-eight-kilometre daily runs, laps in the pool and five-to-seven-hour hikes over weekends.

Posted on 2 March 2021

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Media Release: Bounce to Fitness with CANSA & ReboundSA

9 February 2021 – CANSA is partnering with ReboundSA to present a national Bounce-a-thon taking place in over 20 locations across the country on 20 February 2021. ReboundSA has recently […]

Posted on 10 February 2021

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Bouncing to Fitness in 2021

CANSA and ReboundSA presents a Bounce-a-thon on 20 February 2021 in locations across South Africa.

Join in on the fun and BOUNCE to improve your fitness, tone up, improve your health or lose weight. A balanced lifestyle will reduce your cancer risk and includes making smart food and drink choices; being physically active on a regular basis; maintaining a healthy weight; and avoiding known cancer-causing agents (carcinogens) such as tobacco and alcohol.
Book Your Ticket  (All proceeds will go to the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA)

Posted on 29 January 2021

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CANSA Active ‘Pass the Baton’ Online Challenge

On the 7th April 2020 we celebrate World Health Day, and CANSA reminds you of the importance of staying active, despite lockdown limitations. Research indicates that regular physical activity in combination with smart food and drink choices can help lower the risk for cancer and non-communicable diseases, such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes. We’d like to challenge you to keep moving with our #CANSAactive #PassTheBaton Online Challenge…

Posted on 7 April 2020

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