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Image: Qhubeka distributes 175 Bicycles to Paarl East Community, funded by Team Dimension Data and partners Qhubeka, a charity that moves people forward with bicycles is distributing 175 bicycles to schoolchildren and Neighbourhood Watch volunteers.

Qhubeka, a charity that moves people forward with bicycles is distributing 175 bicycles to schoolchildren and Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) volunteers in the Paarl East community (150 bicycles for learners and 25 for NHW members). The learners’ bicycles have been funded by Team Dimension Data, Africa’s first World Tour cycling team, and will help schoolchildren to travel to and from school more easily. The NHW bicycles, funded by Nederburg (one of the team’s sponsors), will boost safety in the community by improving NHW members’ ability to do security patrols and turning chaperoned school walking “buses” into school cycling “buses”.   Read More...


Image: Qhubeka and Team Dimension Data shortlisted for Beyond Sport Global Awards 2017 The prestigious annual Beyond Sport Global Awards, in the Best Partnership or Collaboration category.

The awards, currently in their ninth year, are aimed at giving recognition to organisations that are successfully using sport to promote and achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Qhubeka and Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka’s entry is one of four shortlisted in the Best Partnership or Collaboration category.   Read More...


Image: Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka meets Kylemore learners A big day for 158 people in Kylemore in Western Cape province. Tthey will also take ownership of their brand new Qhubeka bicycles

This distribution will see 100 grade 6 and 7 learners at PC Peterson Primary School receiving bicycles, as well as 47 grade 11s from Kylemore Secondary, eight Wildlands staff and three Kylemore  Secondary staff. These learners and staff members are part of a Qhubeka project called SHIFT Education, run in partnership with Wildlands. Other parties involved include the Stellenbosch Municipality, the Western Cape Department of Transport and local bicycle shop, BMT, which has been providing safety and maintenance support.   Read More...


Image: Netcare implements trauma injury prevention (TIP) training workshops with Qhubeka TIP training workshops improve cycling safety within communities where Qhubeka distributes bicycles in partnership with World Vision.

Qhubeka is registered non-profit organisation that uses bicycles to help people and communities move forward. To achieve sustainable success in using bicycles to improve people’s lives, the organisation believes it’s important to teach bicycle beneficiaries how to use their bicycles safely.   Read More...


Image: Qhubeka shopping bags available at Woolworths stores There is now another totes cool way of supporting Qhubeka. These nifty shopping totes are available at Woolworths stores from 4 July.

As part of their Good Business Journey, Woolworths is proud to support initiatives like Qhubeka. Through partnerships with their customers and organisations like Qhubeka, Woolworths is increasing awareness of the social issues in South Africa, while actively supporting social upliftment projects in South Africa. Through the sale of each bag, Woolworths donates R10 to Qhubeka.

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Image: 350 new bicycles to help mobilise people in Alexandra 50 excited children at Kwabhekilanga Secondary School in Alexandra received bicycles through a partnership between the City of Joburg and Qhubeka

Businesses and local government, through a City of Joburg matching programme, have sponsored a total of 350 bicycles that will be allocated to students and adults in Alexandra. The City donated one bicycle for every bicycle sponsored, and thanks to the generosity of AutoTrader (100 bicycles), Fluor (40 bicycles) and Tarsus (40 bicycles), 350 bicycles have been funded. 280 bicycles will be allocated to children and 70 bicycles will be made available for adults between Alex and their places of work in Sandton. A further 290 bicycles will be distributed in Orlando, Soweto where a bicycle distribution programme was launched last year.   Read More...


Image: “Take 5” with Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka during the Giro d’Italia Qhubeka believes that bicycles change lives through helping to overcome the barrier of distance and time.

Qhubeka is a non-profit organisation that takes its name from an Nguni word that means “to carry on”, “to progress”, “to move forward”. Qhubeka believes that bicycles change lives through helping to overcome the barrier of distance and time.
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka believes that #BicyclesChangeLives too. Qhubeka is the reason we clip in and ride, the incentive to go out and train, and our motivation to win races.
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Image: Dimension Data Turning the Wheels of Education With Bicycles They are in partnership with the City of Jo’burg & Qhubeka, delivers 55 brand new Qhubeka Buffalo Bicycles to high school students in Soweto.

The bicycle distribution is part of the ongoing Urban Scholar Bicycle Programme – a partnership between City of Jo’burg and Qhubeka, which aligns with the city’s goals of sustainable development and Qhubeka’s vision of building communities of excellence powered by bicycles.   Read More...


Image: Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka prominent during sprint leadout Le Tour de Langkawi #1: Janse van Rensburg places 7th on opening stage

The 1st stage of Le Tour de Langkawi saw a familiar victor as Andrea Guardini (Astana) sprinted to the stage win ahead of Brenton Jones (Drapac) and Andrea Palini (SkyDive Dubai).   Read More...


Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka set its sights on road and time trial national jerseys

The South African National Championships will take place from 10th - 14th February in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. The elite time trial happens on Thursday 11th and the elite/u23 road race will be the final event on Sunday the 14th.   Read More...


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