KPS and NPS are champions

Rudi Bowe

The G4S Africa Bhubesi Pride Foundation (BPF) coaching team visit concluded in Namibia with a well attended and fun filled rugby coaching clinic and tournament for primary schools at the Sparta United Recreation Club in Walvis Bay.

Kuisebond Primary school is the champions in the senior division and NPS Hurricanes the junior champions of the G4S Bhubesi Pride Africa rugby day tournament.
The five participating schools with approximately 200 learners ranging from under 9 to under 12 age groups was Flamingo Primary, Kuiseb Primary, Immanuel Ruiters, Narraville Primary, and !Nara Primary.
The project manager of Bhubesi Pride Sofia Domingos said that she and her team of volunteers are pleased to be in the harbour town and she thanked the G4S team in Walvis Bay for making the day a success.
Domingos added that BPF strives to unite communities through rugby by promoting the sport’s values and life skills. It also empowers and up-skill local staff by nurturing female and male community leaders, maximising sustain-ability and inspiring long-term developmental outcomes through tangible legacy projects along-side in-country partners.
HR Director of G4S Namibia David Nuuyoma said that G4S Africa (a key player in the safety and security industry) identified Bhubesi Pride, who with their involvement and support, has made a marked, sustainable difference in the lives of children and the communities via a partnership which makes sustainable difference, address so-cial skills and bringing communities together.
Nuuyoma thanked the Bhubesi Pride team all the schools that participated and the management of Sparta United Recreation Club.
We will be back next year and hope to have more participating schools.

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