4020 phenomenon Ikgate Motlhala celebrates Heritage Month and the legacy of Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati

By Faeza
15 September 2015

4020 phenomenon Ikgate Motlhala's second cycling campaign commences on 28 September until 2nd Oct to improve learning and support schools and early learning development centres in the North West Province.

The cycling campaign will begin at Mafikeng and head to Vryburg, in memory of the late struggle icon Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati.

A ten cyclists team will revisit neighbouring municipalities and hand over donor bags, toys and school shoes sponsored by Buccaneers.

4020Phenomenon Founder Stoan Seate said, “Despite various challenges we face as a country, we are very excited to be making a difference to schools and early development centres. Being a transformative force means that we are catalyst to social change. For me personally I’m planting seeds for generations to come be it big or small."

The cycling campaing is presented in association with The National Development Agency, and the North West Department of Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs.