Samuel Kapepo grew up an orphan on the streets of Katutura, in Namibia's capital Windhoek. His life was marked by poverty and crime. But he turned his life around and now runs a project that feeds hundreds of children.
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Can you imagine cycling for two days just to buy coffee or juice? Not only that - this man and his brother are also crossing one of the most dangerous borders on the planet: Sudan - South Sudan. But why? Watch below!
A passion for cycling has reunited a group of friends separated by the war in Eritrea. The African Refugee Cycling Team was founded in neighbouring Ethiopia. Now they hope to raise the cash to allow them to take part in international competition.
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