THIS Saturday, 23 July at 7am, will see hundreds of participants from diverse areas in KwaZulu-Natal and various provinces descend upon the popular area of Groutville for the Chief Albert Luthuli walk, sponsored by the KwaDukuza Municipality, Enterprise iLembe, Durban ICC, Old Mutual, Transnet, Department of Arts and Culture, and PHS. The 11, 5km walk will commemorate Chief Luthuli’s final walk to the railway bridge where he had an accident that led to his untimely death. The way the commemorative walk is structured is great, there will be three water stations - Charllottadale, accident site, and UCC. Medals and walkers’ gear (caps and t-shirts) will be given to participants. At the museum, health care providers will provide free screenings to the public. These screenings encompass cancer screenings, heart disease, diabetes, TB and others. Participants who have entered are encouraged to collect their gear at the Luthuli Museum as from Friday. Furthermore, on that same day, a volleyball tournament will be held in KwaDukuza at the recreation grounds in accordance with the Chief Albert Luthuli commemorative walk.