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

Trek supports Qhubeka project with African team’s bike

Every Trek Project One bike that features Team MTN-Qhubeka’s paint scheme will help mobilize Africa’s youth Trek is now offering the bike of one of the pro peloton’s most exciting teams through its Project One custom program, in an effort to help get bikes into the hands of rural African children. When cyclists customize their


At a glittering evening in celebration of South Africa’s sports industry, MTN-Qhubeka took home the tightly contested Virgin Unite Community Programme Award at the Virgin Active Sport Industry Awards held at Emperor’s Palace on Thursday night. The judges felt MTN’s sponsorship of the MTN-Qhubeka initiative strongly aligned to the Qhubeka programme. The initiative is a unique work-to-earn project which sees each

The bicycle can change a life

Wilro Lions Cycle Challenge break the cycle of poverty

There will be more to this year’s Wilro Lions Cycle Challenge than winning come Sunday 21 April. This after organisers of the Wilro Lions Cycle Challenge confirmed that a percentage of the profits made will be donated towards the MTN Qhubeka initiative. Information released by MTN says that the MTN Qhubeka project embodies MTN’s commitment

Qhubeka bracelets on sale

Qhubeka bracelets are now on sale for R30. The purchase of these bracelets helps in making a difference in a child’s life. To buy your Qhubeka bracelet, click here

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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


Do-Something-Now St. John bike handover

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