BNSC warms hearts of Kavimba pupils

Marumo Morule flanked by Kavimba Primary School pupils during the handover
Marumo Morule flanked by Kavimba Primary School pupils during the handover

KAVIMBA: The Botswana National Sport Commission (BNSC) Board took time from their busy schedule during a retreat mission that was held in Kasane to warm the hearts of Kavimba Primary School pupils and teachers with a heavy duty printing machine donation.

The donation coincided with the commemoration of Day of the African Child. The BNSC chairman, Marumo Morule said the Board travelled to Chobe to reflect, re-energise, gather thoughts and chart the way forward in order to take Botswana sport forward.

“We never want to miss an opportunity to plant a seed in the places we visit. It is our corporate responsibility to fulfil our civic duty by ensuring that we plough back to the society in one way or the other,” he said. Morule also said as sport, they play an integral role in grooming a child, they have raised children, will continue to raise more children and the majority coming from the Chobe region.

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