Meals and wheels on Youth Day

Bienasriellaahi feeding scheme members, from left, are Labeeqa Erasmus, Nariman Latifah, Zuleigha Joseph, Shamishaad Khan, Zainoneesa Rashid and her daughter Raatiqah Tagodien.

Bienasriellaahi feeding scheme invited Cycling for Change, a Hanover Park youth group, to spend Youth Day with the youth of New Horizon and treated them to breakfast, lunch and party packs. The Cycling for Change youngsters rode from Hanover Park to New Horizon for the event. Bienasriellaahi’s founder, Zainoneesa Rashied, said they hoped to start a similar cycling club in the neighbourhood “to get our kids off the streets away from drugs, gangsterism and other criminal activities and to teach them that it is possible to rise above their circumstances”.

Feeding scheme member Bronwyn Willis prepares to dish out the food.
A tasty-looking spread awaited the guests.
The youth of New Horizon helped prepare the food for their Cycling for Change guests.
The Cycle for Change guests were fed breakfast and lunch and also given party packets.