A black woman crowns Everest for the first time

The South African Saray Khumalo She has just become the first black African woman to crown Everest (8,848 meters), according to her communication team. "A little while ago Saray N'kusi Khumalo It reached the top of the world. Born in Zambia, with Rwandan blood and now South African, this sister from Africa has achieved her goal of becoming the first African black woman to crown Everest ", this morning the Summits with a Purpose organization, founded by Khumalo, through their social networks.

This was the fourth attempt to climb Everest to Khumalo, an executive resident in Johannesburg. On other occasions, bad weather and a devastating earthquake in Nepal (2015) prevented him from reaching the summit. Khumalo does mountaineering for charity and awareness purposes for about 6 years. His curriculum also includes climbs to Kilimanjaro (5,896 meters, in 2012) and Aconcagua (6,962 meters, in 2015).

(tagsToTranslate) Mountaineering (t) Everest (t) Himalaya (t) South Africa

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