Children, Some as Young as Four, Spend Night in School After Bridge Collapses

[Nairobi News] Pupils at Lukenya Academy spent Thursday night in school after Athi River broke its banks at Mto wa Mawe bridge, making the trip back home impossible.

[Nairobi News] Pupils at Lukenya Academy spent Thursday night in school after Athi River broke its banks at Mto wa Mawe bridge, making the trip back home impossible.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Solwezi Lodge Workers Protest Over Payroll

[Zambia Reports] Workers at Solwezi Lodge in North Western Province Wednesday morning stormed North Western Province Patriotic Front chairman Jackson Kungo to complain over management’s non compliance with payroll.

[Zambia Reports] Workers at Solwezi Lodge in North Western Province Wednesday morning stormed North Western Province Patriotic Front chairman Jackson Kungo to complain over management's non compliance with payroll.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Ex Footballers Take Kids Through the Ropes

[New Era] Okahandja -Retired professional footballers from FNB Global United hosted a successful coaching clinic – introducing football skills and rules of the game to young boys and girls in Okahandja last Friday.

[New Era] Okahandja -Retired professional footballers from FNB Global United hosted a successful coaching clinic - introducing football skills and rules of the game to young boys and girls in Okahandja last Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Springbok Legend Serfontein to Serve On Rugby Board

[New Era] Windhoek -Former Springbok and Western Province captain Divan Serfontein has been appointed as a board member of newly-established Namibian Rugby Ltd, which was established by the Namibia Rugby Union earlier this year to serve as its commerci…

[New Era] Windhoek -Former Springbok and Western Province captain Divan Serfontein has been appointed as a board member of newly-established Namibian Rugby Ltd, which was established by the Namibia Rugby Union earlier this year to serve as its commercial arm. Although details on his appointment remain sketchy, news coming from across the Orange River is that the legendary Springbok scrumhalf has been named as one of the board members of Namibian Rugby Ltd and is expected to get involved with Namibian rugby affairs soon. Serfo

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia