#Spin4Literacy
Thank you for joining us - we broke the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD. Together, we can now start changing the lives of our youth.
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The digital divide has the potential to be the greatest divide of all, deepening inequalities that already exist. This cool event has a serious purpose – to bridge this divide for children who don’t have access to information technology and to ensure that they don’t get left behind.

Saray Khumalo

First African Black woman to summit Everest

On the 25th October 2020 – Saray  Khumalo, the first  black  African woman to conquer Mt.  Everest – together with cyclists, partners and supporters set the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for the most money raised during an eight-hour stationary cycling  fundraiser.  Collectively we raised more than R 704 000 for literacy. 

“Collectively we cycled 5 040 km in 8 hours to help change the education narrative and give our youth an opportunity to be the best they can be. 8 hours is minuscule compared to the future that this will offer the kids. “  Saray  Khumalo

The funds will be used to set up an iSchoolAfrica digital library in a rural or township school in each of South Africa’s nine provinces. 

Each library will consist of a mobile iPad lab supported by curriculum-based apps, award-winning numeracy and literacy software, access to a full library, teacher training modules, dedicated programme facilitators, and mentors.

Help us to continue to equip our youth with the tools to succeed.

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Guinness World Record Day highlights - 25 October 2020

Eight hours of cycling is pretty gruelling, even on a static bike. South Africans are made of stern stuff and this is a very worthy cause. Sponsoring a bike is not only a chance to reconnect with colleagues and friends on a purpose, but an invaluable investment in the next generation.

Saray Khumalo