2015 (Archive)

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Our 2015 Pride

Jacob Hiscock Age: 22 Nationality: English Hometown: Winchester Project participation: Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa Bio "I massively enjoy my work as a remedial personal trainer and sports coach, as it gives me huge satisfaction to interact with people, helping them to progress. To use sport, exercise and, for ...

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Rugbydump’s Grant Constable join’s BPF’s board of trustees

It's not long now until we launch our fifth consecutive project in as many years, Bhubesi Pride Foundation's Rugby in Africa 2016. As part of the build-up, we'll share with you news and updates in the lead-up to our 24th January start-date. Speaking of which, we're thrilled to announce that one of rugby's biggest - yet perhaps most under-the-rader - ...

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UH videographer intern George Nock shares his videos

George Nock, a film student at the University of Hertfordshire, joined the Pride for 6 weeks in Namibia and SA in May and June this year. George has recently put together two short videos which follows the Pride's rugby coaching activities in these areas.  We start by sharing his creative 2-minute mini video. "This was my first traveling experience and because ...

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Rugby in Africa 2015: Part Four video live!

Our fourth and final 2015 project video is live! Featuring strong combinations between G4S employees and BPF volunteers, our partnering communities in Namibia and South Africa proved winners start to finish. Watch it here and now... With only a few places remaining on next year's expedition, apply today to join the Pride in 2016

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Sunday Times explores CSI with G4S & BPF

In a recent interview for a supplement in the Sunday Times in South Africa (published this coming November), journalist Trevor Crighton spoke to key decision makers at G4S Africa to ascertain their views on sports development and Corporate Social Investment (CSI) on the continent. This blog article features extracts from the interview. Key contributors to the discussion: Elanie Kruger, Regional HR Director, G4S Africa...

Uniting communities through rugby
Empowering staff & young leaders
Inspiring long-term development

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