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Jo’burg Oct 2010

Videos of talks from the FEAT event in Jo’burg on Thursday, 7 October 2010

Pierre Carter

With 30 years of climbing and mountaineering and 20 years of paragliding experience, it’s little wonder that Pierre’s most recent project combines his passion for mountains and flight [more]

Ray Chaplin

On foot or in the [bicycle] saddle, Ray leans towards unusual adventures and endurance challenges, linking them to worthy causes [more]

Julian Dallamore

Julian first began his career in the exciting, fast-paced world of advertising with Publicis Worldwide and this is where his fascination with brands began [more]

Mike Blyth

Mike’s passions are adventure flying, business and film making. In 1992 he became South Africa’s first aviation world champion by winning the Microlight World Champs [more]

Marianne Schwankhart

An accomplished photo-journalist, Marianne started climbing in 1996 while studying fine arts at Wits Technikon, Johannesburg [more]

Kyle Meenehan

Kyle was the recipient of Mountain Club of South Africa’s 2009 ‘Supertramp Award’, an annual cash prize given to young people planning expeditions or trips of interest [more]

Mandy Ramsden

In May 2010, Mandy became the second South African woman to summit Everest; and the first African-born woman to climb all seven of the World’s heighest mountains on each continent [more]


They said…

“It's one of the best FEATs I have been to – each one is different, I agree, but last night was very special. As I get older, it's such an inspiration to see older peeps getting out there, exploring, engaging with our beautiful country and LIVING – and to have a platform to share it.”


“Congrats on another superb FEAT. I really enjoyed it and I know everyone around me was loving it too!”



“Thank you for a most enjoyable evening with amazing participants! what stories they have to tell...”