Through your support, Qhubeka uses bicycles to connect people to schools, clinics and jobs. Communities with limited transport have restricted options, but bicycles are tools of change. Read more about how bicycles change lives.

Qhubeka was founded in 2005. We chose the name, which means “to progress”, “to move forward”, because bicycles help people to travel faster and further, and to carry more. This means they can get where they need to go and do things that are difficult without transport, like fetching supplies, travelling to school or work, visiting a clinic, or providing emergency help after a disaster. A bicycle is a tool that helps people move forward.

Our supporters have helped us to supply more than 90 000 bicycles through our programmes. Find out how you can help.

Qhubeka Charity is a Non-Profit Company registered in South Africa and incorporated for public benefit. Qhubeka Charity is a Company Not For Gain Incorporated under Section 21 of the South African Companies Act (Act 61 1973).