Dogs are not allowed inside the stadium or to take part in the race.

Only if you plan to win a category prize.

Yes, kids in prams must pay to enter the race – it all goes towards a good cause. For age group rules, click here.

There is no cut-off time. We wait until the last runner comes in.

Due to the fact that most of the participants are women, and are therefore busy in the mornings, it is more feasible to hold the race in the afternoon. Additionally, ample water will be provided at the race.

Only professional walkers who qualify to win a prize, should wear a “W”.

Yes. For more information, call the AGN office on 012 327 4930/1/2.

No, we have our own braai facilities for everyone to use at the venue.  We also provide fires.

You may not sell anything on the day but you can advertise in the official 2020 My Race magazine. The 2019 magazine is already been published. To advertise in next year’s magazine, contact Free Radical Media at
You can also book a stand for your company on the field. Contact Gerda van Schalkwyk at to book your stand. Click here for general stand information.

Pre-entries close on 22 July 2019 but you can still enter at the venue (SuperSport Park) from 29 July – 2 August 2019 between 10h00 and 18h00.

Yes, the race takes place just 1 kilometer away from the Centurion Gautrain station and many people will be using it on the day.

Any South African woman from the age of 18 years onwards.

You must have a South African drivers licence that is valid for at least three months after the race.

Yes and there is a PocketPos at registration.

At the stage there will be a clearly marked bin for lucky draw entries.

No – simply arrive, participate in the race and enjoy the days’ festivities.

The start for the 5km is in South Street and the 10km start is in West Street.

Prize money payments will be done every Thursday, after the doping test results. Please check your account carefully before phoning to enquire.

Although it is not compulsory, SPAR would appreciate it.

You can book a stand for R5 000,00 (INCLUDES R100,00 Non-refundable signage fee)OR Enter 40 people (PLUS R100,00 Non-refundable signage fee) and receive your stand FREE of charge. Click here for more general stand information.

Yes, men can also take part but they do not qualify for lucky draws or prize giving. They will however receive a goodie bag.

There will be security marshals everywhere directing traffic to the parking lot.

Yes, there is a clearly marked medical tent on the field with qualified staff and emergency teams at the finish and at the water points as well as ambulances standing by.

No announcements will be made regarding a lost child until the end of the day. Please enquire at the lost and found area. To help us please write your cell phone number on your child’s arm.

For lost possessions please go to the lost and found on the field, on race day.

Top 10 Results will be announced 10 days after Race Day. Results of the 10km race will be published on