Sibebe Survivor is a much anticipated and very successful annual fund raising event, initiated and managed by the Rotary Club of Mbabane Mbuluzi. Sibebe, a granite mountain towering over Pine Valley in Swaziland, located 10km from the capital city Mbabane, is the largest exposed pluton and second largest monolith in the world. It rises 350m above the valley of the Mbuluzi River. As a club aligned to the Mbuluzi area, we are privileged to be able to host the walk up the world’s largest granite monolith, an area of abundant natural beauty and unique geology. Download 2017 Sibebe Survivor Report
THE ROTARY CLUB OF MBABANE MBULUZI IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT SIBEBE SURVIVOR IS BEING HELD ON SUNDAY 5th AUGUST 2018.
The calls asking how to join in the fun have started and companies are preparing for the biggest sponsored walk in Swaziland! The Rotary Club of Mbabane Mbuluzi extends to you the opportunity to take part in this great event and help raise money to benefit people & communities less privileged than ourselves. Join us for the 14th Sibebe Survivor.
THE CHALLENGE: Walk to the top of Sibebe Mountain and back down, admiring the wonderful views en route
PARTICIPATION: You have the opportunity to support this excellent event in a number of ways:
CORPORATE PARTICIPATION - enrolling team members from your organisation, with 6 people per team. Corporate teams are eligible for various recognition awards and will be thanked in the press after the event.
INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION - you can participate as an individual. Just complete the registration form with your name and with your friends’ names and join the Survivor Challenge.
SPONSORSHIP - All funds raised by the Rotary Club of Mbabane Mbuluzi are spent on charity projects that meet Rotary's criteria of sustainability and need. We appreciate any companies that want to sponsor the event to contact the organisers.
The route is from Mbuluzi High School and takes walkers up Sibebe Rock to a plateau with the spectacular views of Mbabane and surrounding areas. The return journey follows closely along the edge of the mountain. For those not wanting to walk the full distance, turn around points exist along the route. The full route is about 12 Km from start to finish.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!!!
The Rotary Club of Mbuluzi in Mbabane thanks all the supporters of the event.
The walk is limited to 5000 participants due to concerns on the impact on the mountain and access Water will be available at the start and on the route. We thank all those who have taken the time to register, see you on the 5th of August 2018
|Project||Nature of project||Beneficiary||Budget||Status|
|Club Foot||Hospital equipment and boots to rectify club foot to enable those born afflicted with this condition to walk normally and wear standard shoes.||Mbabane Government Hospital||E25 000||Completed|
|Old Folks Christmas Lunch||Annual Christmas lunch and grocery hampers for specifically identified pensioners in Mbuluzi communities||Mbuluzi communities||E9 000||Completed|
|Mbabane Mbuluzi Bursaries||Annual budget allocated for bursaries for school fees to kids identified by Salvation Army||Salvation Army Msunduza||E127 000||Completed at beginning of school year|
|Mbabane Mbuluzi Youth Clubs Projects||Support of projects identified and managed by Rotaract and Interact Clubs under the direction of the Rotary Club.||Various||E55 000||On going|
|Mbabane Mbuluzi Youth Clubs: Youth Leadership||Youth leadership training weekend||Young people||E35 000||April|
|Sipho Setfu Electricity Scheme||10% contribution towards installation of electricity connections financed by Micro finance||Mbuluzi communities||E50 000||Payment made. Work in progress.|
|Toilets Renovations||Rehabilitation of the toilets at Mbuluzi Gatehouse||Mbuluzi communities with gatehouse being used for IT and life skills training.||E6 000||On going|
|School Fees||School fees paid for 20 children||Children residing in Mbuluzi area||E56 000||Completed at beginning of school year|
|Music Mixer||Mixer and keyboard for Church Choir||Mbuluzi communities||E17 000||In use|
|Mighty Birds Soccer Equipment||Soccer boots and balls for Mighty Birds soccer team||Youth of Mbuluzi communities||E16 000||In use|
|Tijila Water Project/ Hholoshini||Water tanks, Pipes||Pine Valley||E36 000||Progressing very well, completion due first week April|
|Entuthukweni School Toilets Rehabilitation||Rehabilitation of toilets and painting of classrooms||Sandla Location||E50 000||On going|
|People Living with Albinism||Procurement of skin protection lotions and hats for people living with albinism||Mbabane/ DPM Office||E50 000||In progress|
|Malagwane Child Care Centre||Painting of building used as a centre for child feeding and a water tank||Malagwane community||
|Completed and in use|
|Mahlangatsha Primary||Phase 2: roof painting for classrooms||Mahlangatsha||E26 000||In progress|
|Encabaneni High||Toilets for boys and girls||Ncabaneni||E40 000||Approved, not started|
|Sigwe water Project: Phase II||5x 10 000L Water tanks||Sigwe community||E60 000||Completed with water being managed by a community committee|
|Nkoyoyo Primary School||Fellowship project: Rotarians, Nkoyoyo Community, and Nedbank came together and paint 2 blocks of classrooms and other buildings. Roof rehabilitated||Nkoyoyo||E25 000||Completed|
|Ekwendzeni Community project- Ka Hlatsi||Rehabilitation of an NCP centre to a Skills Centre: Cement, ceiling, tiles etc.||Salem- Hlatsi||E40 000||In progress|
|Mphondla Primary School||Roofing materials for a block of three classrooms that are leaking through visible holes||Maphungwane -Siteki||E55 000||In progress|
|Mandvulo Primary School||Water tanks, Pipes, all accessories||Hlatsi||E50 000||Approved|
|New Life Homes||Replacement of Gas Stoves and new mattresses for two homes for orphans||Ka- Mfishane- Hlatsi||E15 500||In progress|
|Kwakha Indvodza||Welding Equipment for an income generation project||Mbuluzi||E11 000||Approved on condition of a business plan being submitted|
|Manzana Primary School||Dry Sanitation Toilets producing fertilizer for a vegetable garden||Luve||E70 000||Approved on condition that a plan for the utilization of the end product as fertiliser is submitted|
|In collaboration with Rotary Foundation, RC Fort Worth and Mbabane City||Wheelchairs and repair workshop||Mbabane residents||E50 000||Part of a Rotary Foundation initiative. Expected delivery in September|
Rotary Club Mbuluzi meets weekly at the Rotary Clubhouse, Ekwetsembeni School, Mbabane.