Monthly Archives: February 2007
SAN DIEGO, Calif.—The South Africans’ day at the U.S.A Sevens began brighter than the sunny Saturday in San Diego. They thrashed Portugal, 33-0 in their first game of the tournament, with five of their players scoring a try each.
Upset Loss to U.S.A Cuts Short Celebrations for “Big Win” Over Australia
SAN DIEGO, Calif.—Kenya started the first day of the U.S.A Sevens competition with a 14-26 loss to England. Kenya’s coach, Benjamin Ayimbe said he knew why.
“Literature opens our eyes to the uplifting of human dignity,” were Nuruddin Farah’s opening remarks, as he prepared to read a passage from his latest novel, Knots, to a full house at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis.
Her academic brilliance, high moral integrity and a long resume of public service will serve well Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro, the new U.N. Deputy Secretary General, a former student of hers said.
The annual rugby tournament that is also a festival of Kenyans, U.S.A Sevens, begins this Saturday in its new home in San Diego, Calif.
Ten o'clock on Saturday night at the Blue Nile in Minneapolis comes and goes. Some of the band members of Jabali Afrika mill around like studs on a street corner - arms crossing their chests, hands tucked under their armpits.
Hard hitting but captivating sound track captured by flickering clips well shot and edited of a fairly built muscular woman jogging across the crowded city of Nairobi.