Stap vir kanker

17 September 2018 | Society

Honderde Namibiërs het gisteroggend vroeg aan die nasionale kanker stap deelgeneem wat deur die Kanker vereniging van Namibië gereël is. Tydens die geleentheid het die fikses besluit om die 5km sommer vinnig klaar te draf, terwyl ander van die geleentheid gebruik gemaak het om rustig in die natuurskoon met hul kinders te stap. Die pretstap geleentheid is in die hoofstad, Rehoboth, Gobabis, Mariental, Ondangwa, Tsumeb, Aranos, Keetmanshoop, Karasburg, sowel as by die kus in Swakopmund en Walvisbaai aangebied. Foto Yolanda Nel

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