Watch: Hundreds of Runners took part in Supa Mama Savages run

Pam Jones of the Riverside Harriers.

Hundreds of running enthusiasts took part in this year’s Supa Mama Savages 21km challenge and 10km run.

The race has a mix of leafy residential roads, open Burman Bush beauty, challenging climbs, deceptive drops and stunning views over Durban and the Indian ocean.

A runner makes her way to the finishing line.

Members of Ethekwini Athletics Club, go through their last uphill before the finish line.

Pam Jones of the Riverside Harriers.

MEC for Health in KwaZulu-Natal, Dr SIbongiseni Dhlomo was also there.

From Caxton PMB, Mfundo Mkhize also took in the race.

Mfundo Mkhize, Sizwe Shange abd Khulekani Shabalala.

Phumzile Ndlovu and Sizwe Mayisela.

Risenga Chauke,Vusi Ndlovu and Sizwe Shange.

Pam Jones, Ann Turuer, Carolyn Goltman and Debbie Fouche.

Sithembiso, Busie and Melokuhle Phungula.

Mxolisi Mhlongo and Thethi Ndlovu.

Emmanuel Mkhwanazi and Sibusiso Ndlovu.

Rudy Nkgadima

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