RICKETY BRIDGE WINE TRIP WINNER ANNOUNCED
Invest Africa and Sapinda Rainbow Project celebrate young South Africans’ achievement.
Global digital media company sails into San Francisco to join Invest Africa as official partner.
Derry~ Londonderry~ Doire wins Rolex Sydney Hobart Race Clipper Class
Durban resident Nqoba Mswazi prepares for an ocean crossing after being chosen out of 20 competing hopefuls to take part in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race on the Invest Africa boat. He will spend three weeks at sea.
Race 9.1 Day 1: Challenging conditions as teams head towards Taiwan Strait, the Invest Africa team have restarted the race to China after carrying out repairs in Hong Kong.
Jaws Moment for OneDLL - One of the more dramatic things to happen in the Clipper Race, OneDLL was bitten by a shark!
Featured in the Telegraph - Sapinda Rainbow Project - Clipper Round the World Yacht Race
Race 8 Day 11: teams spar as conditions continue to hamper progress
Race 8 Day 7: Fleet battle Mother Nature in testing conditions
Race 7 Day 4: Tactics kick in as Ocean Sprint gets underway
Race 7 Day 1: Fleet pull out all the stops in the final race of Leg 4
A great light goes out in the world
Race 5 Day 1: Bumpy start to Race 5 for Clipper Race fleet
Race 4, Day 15: Temperature and stakes heat up as Henri Lloyd takes first place. Invest Africa currently sitting in 5th.
Race 4, Day 13: Mother Nature puts on epic display for crew as winds exceed 100 knots
It's all getting a little close - and winds are set to pick up.
Race 4, Day 11: Teams batten down hatches in preparation for stronger winds
Race 4, Day 8: Qingdao first across Scoring Gate following wet, wild day
Race 4, Day 7: Baptism of Fire Subsides for Clipper Race Crew
Race 4, Day 3: Rude awakening for everyone as an early storm hits.
Race to Australia starts today.
SAPINDA RAINBOW DAY CELEBRATION WITH NELSON MANDELA CHILDREN'S FUND IN CAPE TOWN
Sapinda Rainbow team pay homage to Madiba.
Clipper Race 2013-14: Invest Africa skipper Rich Gould experiences highs and lows of round-the-world sailing - Telegraph