Sizwe cycles for charity

Sizwe Malinga will take on the Cape Town Cycle Tour for the first time in March.

DURBAN teen, Sizwe Malinga is aiming to make a difference when he puts tyres to tar in his first Cape Town Cycle Tour on Sunday, 12 March.

Malinga, (19), a Durban High School old boy, will be riding on behalf of the Make A Difference Leadership Foundation peloton.

Having only started cycling in October last year, Malinga has been training hard to complete the full 109km cycle in order to raise enough funds to make a significant contribution to the fundraising target of R250 000 which will go towards the development of SA’s future leaders.

Sizwe is appealing to the public to support his pledge campaign and make the Cape Town Cycle Tour one to remember.

Since 2003, MAD Leadership Foundation has aimed to provide talented students with exceptional educational and leadership development opportunities, in order to inspire a brighter future for South Africa. The approach is to identify academically talented scholars with leadership potential, who do not have the necessary financial resources, and comprehensively invest in their academic support, wellness, life-skills, mentorship and leadership journey, ensuring that through the nine years that they are on the Scholar Wellness, Development and Support Programme, they are given every opportunity to reach their full potential as South Africa’s future leaders.

Pledge your support online and commit to a rand value per kilometre. Visit https://www.givengain.com/ap/www.sizwespledges.com/ to make your pledge.

  AUTHOR
Lauren Walford
Journalist

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