Over 100 cyclists are expected to on 25 October ride a 100km distance from Serowe to Khama Rhino Sanctuary in the fourth Morupule Coal Mine GM’s Annual Charity Cycle Challenge.
“The Challenge has a long and wonderful history and a place in the hearts of cyclists and supporters from across the country. We are humbled to be able to be part of that story and heritage as a leading sponsor,” said Stanbic Chief Executive, Leina Gabaraane.
Last year 84 riders took part to raise funds for Ratsie Setlhako Primary School in Palapye as well as build a house for orphans in Matlhakola.
The Race is open to all cyclists who can afford P200 to do 100km or the 58km for P150