We’re excited for another year of helping people move forward with bicycles. The class of 2021 started grade 1 in 2010 with 1 117 000learners. After 12 years of study, only 63% had made it to the final exam. That means 538 000children dropped out during their school careers. Only 48% of those that
Are you taking part in a cycling event? Whether it’s a road race, a MTB event or a triathlon, and whether you’re a beginner or a more advanced rider, you can help to raise funds for Qhubeka by ‘riding on us’. We rely on people like you, who share our passion for bicycles and the
In 2012, Tree-preneurs grew 430 000 trees in South Africa. We are fighting for a greener future through growing forests and putting kids onto bicycles in Africa.
Team MTN-Qhubeka powered by Samsung attended a bike handover in Vosloorus during the team’s training camp in December.
Team MTN-Qhubeka, which is registered in South Africa, has become the first African team to join the second division of world cycling; the highest level from any team on the continent after the International Cycling Union (UCI) confirmed its status as a Professional Continental team for 2013. MTN South Africa Chief Marketing Officer Serame Taukobong
On Friday the 4th of January 2013 San Diego based organization Do-Something-Now, aimed at making a massive difference in people’s lives around the globe, handed over 25 Qhubeka bicycles to St. John home-based caregivers in Cape Town. Do-Something-Now wanted to assist a South African establishment that supported patients with cancer and HIV/AIDS, and visiting board