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The games children play
I have posted before about the ingenuity and resourcefulness of poor Rwandan children. “Fooootball” (translate: “soccer”) is their passion, and the lack of a soccer ball cannot slow them down. It all starts with a condom. "What?!?," you ask. Yes, they take a condom, blow it up, and tie it off. (Tell USAID to send more balloons, fewer condoms.) Then comes the trash (which is actually very difficult to find in Rwanda), all of which is then skillfully enclosed in a web of homemade twine that…
Soccer in South Africa
South Africa is currently hosting the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, an international soccer tournament held every four years. The Confederations Cup is regarded as a dress rehearsal for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, also hosted by South Africa - the first World Cup to be held in Africa. Expectations are high as preparations, stadium construction and planning for both tournaments have recently picked up pace. With soccer fever sweeping through the country, you'll find here some recent scenes of…
Brazil stars lift young South African fan in the air
After watching Brazil dismantle his team in Soweto, one young South Africa supporter felt the need to get up close to the visiting players. But rather than tackle the interloper to the ground, the South American superstars had other ideas.
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The children at the Village are on holiday – so I decided to take them out the house for a bit. There is a park near by – we walked down to the park to play soccer. I am afraid to say the intention was there but when you have 22 children of different ages it turned into a disaster. Some were incredibly competitive and got cross when the others wouldn’t participate, the younger ones would sit in the middle of the field and play with the grass. Then all hell broke loose – the kids just started…