Bikers across the continent took part at the 3rd Annual Ubuntu Breakfast Run on Sunday, 28 January.
The event is held on the last Sunday of January as a symbol of unity for all bikers irrespective of race, gender, cultural background or beliefs.
South Africa hold the event per province and Mpumalanga had their event at Alzu.
This is the only event that fundamentally unites all motorbike clubs, in their various types, as well as independent bikers, to ride under the three pillars of Brotherhood which is, Love, Honour and Respect.
The Africa Bikers Brotherhood Forum appealed to the general motoring public to watch out for bikers.
They also encouraged motorists to return to the basics and practice five step approach to changing lanes or turning, to save lives of the bikers.
They further mentioned that bikers are family men and women. They are bankers, economists, lawyers, engineers, teachers, deans, train drivers, bus drivers and mechanics.