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The sight of 200 bikes roaring down the main street in their neighbourhood was a special occasion for all residents.

For three days, starting on Youth Day (June 16) right through to Father’s Day on June 18, Elkah Stadium in Rockville, Soweto, was turned into a home “from home” by a group of about 200 bikers to honour the boy-child Zwakala Ntwana charity event.

The event was the brain-child of Heart Lines, a charity organisation, in conjunction with Greater Soweto Bikers Club and the local bikers club HoodRatz Bikers and Skhumbuzo Mbatha Foundation.

The event aimed to highlight the plight of young boys raised by single mothers who grow up without their biological fathers.

Part of the bikers who attended Zwakala Ntwana Ride with the boy-child charity ride event held at Elkah Stadium in Rockville, Soweto.

The crowd-pulling convoy ride first proceeded to a nearby frail care facility in White City before snaking through Klipispruit through Kliptown past Freedom Square and right up Eldorado Park Park Extension on its way to an old age facility in Eldorado Park.

Here they visited the aged and sick and handed out donations and greeted management and the staff.

The sight of 200 bikes roaring down the main street in their neighbourhood was a special occasion for all residents.

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