Braam in the News

The Italian’s media and the DOT Challenge

Schenker is an Italian company that her system installed on our Mhondoro boat.

Schenker watermakers, as an alternative to the high pressure pumps of traditional systems, make use of a …
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The German’s media and the DOT Challenge

ASEA is one of the sponsor of the Cape to Rio row and DOTChallenge.

ASEA is the first and only company to replicate redox signaling molecules in a sustainable form …
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The Outdoor Journal: South African Duo Nears Completion of Trans-Atlantic Rowing Expedition

Braam Malherbe and Wayne Robertson want you to “Do One Thing”—anything—no matter how small, to improve the state of our planet. To inspire people to action, they decided to do …
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Show me: Braam backed the rhinos are coming

6 April saw the official launch of The Rhino’s Are Coming – Grand Rhino Roadshow in Greenmarket Square, Cape Town. Eight life-size rhino artworks were unveiled for the first time …
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Good Taste: MAD2Run’s Mad Journey

This event was initiated in 2012, when Shaun Raaff decided that it was time be proactive and make a positive contribution to his much loved country, South Africa. After watching …
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Simply Green: Do One Thing

Extreme adventurer, highly respected inspirational speaker and conservationist Braam Malherbe, together with rowing partner Wayne Robertson, are rowing on the vessel Mhondoro to Rio de Janeiro, launching the DOT (Do …
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Cape Argus: Cape to Rio is no carnival

Braam Malherbe and his rowing partner Wayne Robertson’s voyage to Rio de Janeiro has put the two men through quite an arduous time. they have been on the open sea …
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Good Things Guy: Two South African men are rowing the route of Cape to Rio

Braam Malherbe and Wayne Robertson are rowing the Cape2Rio route, that’s a massive feat considering that the Cape to Rio Yacht race is considered one of the toughest in the …
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Southern Charter: Rowing to Rio for the DOT Challenge

Last time we ‘met up’ with extreme adventurers Braam Malherbe and Wayne Robertson they had just embarked on a world first row from Cape Town to Rio de Janiero all …
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Boat and Boats: The Atlantic rowing

In a globalised world, where we are constantly bombarded by an impressive number of information, one of the few ways to be heard or to engage emotionally and motivate a …
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