2017 (Archive)

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Meet Tom Chaloba

Bhubesi Pride Foundation first started working with rugby-passionate Tom Chaloba in 2016. Having represented Zambia at the highest level, Tom has now taken his love of the game into the Kabwe community and is making great progress. Meet Tom in this beautiful video from BPF Media Producer, Henry Mame... Watch more videos and apply to ...

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BPF’s reach in 2017

A big thank you to this year's Pride of coaches, our G4S colleagues, our Pride Partners, the schools and their administrators and, of course, all our superstar young players, coaches, referees and teachers. Here's what we achieved, together: African countries: 9 Project/program locations: 16 Schools and communities: 71 Participating children: 4,661 % individual children returning to daily coaching clinics: 85% Boy / girl ratio: 64 / ...

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Southern Africa Rugby Explorer 2017 – Part 3 in pictures

A picture paints a thousand words. To celebrate Henry Mame's contribution this year as one of our two Media Producers in 2017, participating from May to September in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Malawi, we would like to share his sensational imagery from our two-week finale in Malawi - and let Henry's photos speak for themselves. Here, our 'Southern Africa Rugby Explorer' Pride of coaches ...

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CSR in action with G4S South Africa

With Bhubesi Pride Foundation continuing a quite remarkable CSR partnership with G4S, the charity has been consistently keen to showcase the work our people do together in Africa. One great way to demonstrate the relationship is in-video... In this latest film, showcasing G4S South Africa, we hear from Mel Brooks, G4S Regional President Africa, and a host of passionate G4S employees - including ...

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Southern Africa Rugby Explorer 2017 – Part 2

Benediktas Lynch, Kabwe Following a successful start to the Southern Africa Rugby Explorer in Botswana, the Pride crossed the Zambezi River via Kazungula into Zambia ready to start the next leg of the journey. First, the Pride spent three nights in Livingstone – enjoying the amazing scenery of Victoria Falls. All Pride members took part in a gorge swing experiencing 1.5 seconds of free-fall followed ...

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