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Ghana’s bamboo bicycle revolution
Bicycles get groundbreakers to work faster
Working together, LoveLife and Qhubeka are helping to get youth volunteers to the communities where they work faster and more efficiently. They are also bringing needed economic opportunities.
Sandton goes car-free for a month
The Sandton CBD will be closed to cars during the month-long EcoMobility World Festival over October. Instead, people will be encouraged to use public transport, cycle and walk. Johannesburg hopes they will see the benefits of going car-free and that there will be a permanent shift.
Volkwagen and partners follow up on commitment
Earlier this year, Volkswagen, Qhubeka and World Vision donated bicycles to rural learners in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape. They returned for a pilot programme in bicycle maintenance, a road safety clinic and to deliver backpacks filled with books and stationery.
It’s all about the bike for young SA entrepreneur
Cape Town’s Open Streets bring the people out to play
Get out your car and on your bike, skateboard or feet. Cape Town's new Open Streets movement takes an old idea from Bogotá, Colombia, and turns city thoroughfares over to residents, who use the space for breaking down social barriers – and having a lot of fun.