In the early 1950s, before his acting career took off, Bud’s passion was sport.

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The author in 1977, hiking to Swakopmund in the hope of interviewing the famous actor.

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The powerful image of Bud Spencer is still depicted in graffiti art that graces city walls.

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Filmed in Johannesburg and Swakopmund, ‘Flatfoot in Africa’ featured Bud Spencer as Inspector ‘Flatfoot’ Rizzo in the third and penultimate movie in the Flatfoot series.

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Bud Spencer's teddy-bear look made him easily and immediately likeable.

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The ‘big friendly giant of the screen’ with co-actor Baldwin Dakile as they appeared in the movie ‘Flatfoot in Africa: Tracking for trouble’.

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Bud, in his later years.

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Dgini Visser (3rd from right, back row) coordinates Gondwana’s social responsibility initiatives.

Waka Waka Solar Lights to be distributed in Namibia

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The Netherlands Minister of International Trade and Development, Honourable Lilianne Ploumen demonstrates the use of the solar lights at night.

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The Minister presents the solar lights to some learners.

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How to know when you are dealing with a Namibian? Click the image to find out more.

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Children love seeing other children, what they dress like, how they play, ect! This would be another great visual thinking prompt, it too is part of The Eyes of Children around the World Namibia. unknown author.

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Plaits fanning out! Himba spinning dance, Namibia | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Photo by Tim Thornton

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Dear Fans, Can you guess who the person in the image is ? Have a great weekend! Regards Otto & Koney

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Herero - Namibia. indigenous assimilation survival invasion

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EES and Simon Desue on #RoadTripNamibia

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A Gondwana team receiving the glass crusher machines from Steven and James Hirst.

Gondwana’s new clean and green glass crushing machine

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The Gondwana staff who attended the CAN health education in October 2015.

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Senior Nurse Christolina Kavetuna and Rolf Hansen, Chief Executive Officer of the Cancer Association of Namibia.

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Mbunza Living Museum, Namibia

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Lady Juana Maria Smith

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Passing more donkey carts than cars while manoeuvring along some wild stretches on the way to Sossusvlei. Image credits : James Suter

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