“The Nelson Mandela Sport and Culture Day is designed to bring together South Africans from all walks of life, particularly this year in its 2nd year and as we celebrate 20 years of freedom and democracy.
Almost 1 year ago, South Africans lined the streets of Tshwane, to say our final farewell. This year, on Nelson Mandela Sport & Culture day – we reclaim those very same streets to celebrate the life of this global icon,” says Fikile Mbalula, Minister of Sport.
This year’s UNITE 2.0 aims to break records by combining two major sports on the streets of Tshwane: Cycling and Running.
It starts from 6am at Union Building, and concludes with a music fest in the afternoon.