Told y'all these guys are on fire.
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One of my top picks from shooting around durban the last few weeks. So much hustle and bustle in a city, and yet we can still find so much calm.
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Your typical South African town in the middle of nowhere. Travellers often chose to fly over the area between Port Elizabeth and Johannesburg finding it not particularly interesting. For me however every part of the country is interesting. If anything it reminded me of the old Wild West movies with its sun burnt yellow grass and orange mountains. We have also spotted quite a bit of wildlife along the way - monkeys, meerkats, warthogs and evening ostriches grazing together with cows.
Founder post: Hi NYANSA Connecters! a couple of days ago, I was invited to attend Capgemini’s Graduate Debate Night! This graduate insight day was to engage with talented students and graduates alike. You know we like good debate ! The motion was “Should humanity fear advances in artificial intelligence?” The proposition won the debate and there was a chance at the end to ask questions and network. Great debate #Capgemini!
Hier, j'ai eu la chance de visiter l'école secondaire du quartier de Rukira. Les enseignants et la direction nous ont généreusement accueilli afin que je puisse observer le fonctionnement d'une classe au Rwanda.
J'en retiens entre autres que la pluie, même sur un toit de tôle, même bruyante au point d'enterrer la voix d'une enseignante d'experience et passionnée, n'empêche pas les élèves de poursuivre leur travail avec rigueur.
La persévérance, c'est trouver une façon d'étudier malgré la pluie.
Yesterday I had the chance to visit Rukira secondary school. Teachers and directors generously welcomed us to let me observe how works a rwandan classroom.
The rain was falling so much while I was there. It was really loud on the metal roof. Louder than the passionate and experienced teacher voice. But it didn't stop those pupils to keep working in silence.
Hardworking is to find a way to keep studying even with loud rain.