Rwanda has recently been named the African country that most developed in the past year. Sorry but building a country upon the blood of the neighboring nation is not a success. It’s shameful. They may praise their president but we know what he did. This victory was really needed to remind them that gains wrongfully acquired will never profit them in the end.
SM Sanga Balende is the #1 football club in Kasayi, based in Mbuji-Mayi. There, there is also AS Bantous and in Kananga, there is US Tshinkunku.
The song is praising SM Sanga Balende Wa Banjelu ni Bansantu who has been pretty successful these past few years. We wish them to soar even higher and stronger! Congolese football is good!
2016 – DRC beats Rwanda 2-1 in extra time, in a very political soccer game during the ChAN quarter finals.
Voici une liste des congolais passés par la NBA au fil des ans:
RDcongolais de Lubumbashi
En NBA depuis 2011
En NBA de 2010 à2012 dont des passages en Ligue de dévelopment
Père Angolais, mère RDCongolaise, nationalité suisse
En NBA depuis 2014
Surnom: The Swiss Freak
RDCongolais de Nationalité belge
En NBA de 2004 à 2011.
Surnoms: DJ, Congo Cash
RDCongolais naturalisé américain.
En NBA de 1991 à 2009.
Temple de la Renommée 2015.
Surnoms: Deke, Mount Mutombo
Parents de la RDC, nationalité américaine.
En NBA depuis 2015.
Parents de la RDC, nationalité française.
En NBA depuis 2016.
Père de la République du Congo, mère de la RDC, nationalité espagnole.
En NBA depuis 2009.
Surnoms: Iblocka, Air Congo
Director: Sarah M. Kazadi
***Official Selection: International Black Film Festival of Nashville***
Synopsis: ELIKYA is a voyage from a run-down basketball court in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the sunny, palm-tree lined roads of southern Arizona. Viewers embark on a dream chase, following 16-year-old Losmie Lutaya’s quest to use basketball as a ticket to a better life. This film peers into what it’s like to be a young woman living in the poverty-stricken “Rape Capital of the World,” and dealing with the whirlwind of obstacles that entails. Losmie has found refuge in basketball and is banking on it to make her dreams a reality. She wants to follow in the footsteps of her former teammates, who are adjusting to their new homes, 7,000 miles away from home. Ultimately, ELIKYA is a story about making it, overcoming obstacles and helping to bring positive change your country.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 24,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 9 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Source: Lumumba day January 16th