You don’t have to be big to make a meaningful impact! These children, from Australia to Norway and the United States, are proving that as they raise funds to help Qhubeka change lives with bicycles. Sophie used her Broadway-themed Bat Mitzvah to raise funds for 10 Qhubeka Bicycles after she heard about us through one of
Qhubeka invites local organisations seeking to make a tangible and positive difference in South Africa, while meeting their business objectives and B-BBEE scorecard requirements, to partner with us. We believe that by working together, we can deliver better solutions to South Africa’s socioeconomic challenges, and every party involved benefits. Our successful public private partnerships demonstrate
What better way to end the first month of the year than with our first #NewBikeDay for 2019! Having raised more funds than we were targeting for 2018, it’s exciting to be able to start the year off with a big bicycle distribution. Today, 150 schoolchildren at Lofentse Girls High School in Gauteng and 200
Wishing you great things for 2019. May it be a year of moving forward! Let’s make 2019 a meaningful year, from the very first day. Click to Tweet. What are you going to do from today to make your 2019 count?
We wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday season and look forward to changing more lives with bicycles with you in 2019. Please note that our offices are closed from 18 December and will reopen on 7 January.
The Breitling Triathlon Squad is made up of three of the sport’s most successful competitors. Jan Frodeno, Chris “Macca” McCormack, and Daniela Ryf competed together in their first shared mission: the grueling Coronation Double Century bicycle race in Swellendam, South Africa. Along with a team that included Breitling CEO Georges Kern, world champion mountain biker
The idea behind Qhubeka is that bicycles are a simple tool to help people move forward. With a bicycle, people can travel faster and further and carry more. That’s why our goal is to distribute a million bicycles – to move entire communities forward by helping people access schools, clinics and jobs. To do this,
On 25 October, Qhubeka distributed 70 bicycles to veggie growers in Paarl, in the Western Cape. The recipients are adults who are creating food gardens through the Impilo Household Vegetable Garden Establishment and Grey Water Harvesting Project of the Western Cape Department of Agriculture, in cooperation with the Great Commission Networks (GCN) NPC. The bicycles
On 20 October, the third annual Girona Gala took place, raising a total of €14 320 for Qhubeka. A big thank you to everyone involved! Nathan Haas, who has become a Qhubeka supporter through riding for Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, began hosting the Girona Gala in 2016. “In its third year it just keeps
Today, Qhubeka, the charity that moves people forward with bicycles, distributed 580 bicycles in four different locations. The recipients are schoolchildren who are part of learn-to-earn programmes in the Western Cape and Gauteng, as well as adults who are part of the Western Cape Department of Agriculture’s Impilo Household Vegetable Garden Establishment and Grey Water