Home Lifestyle Photo Gallery Professional Tennis player Roger Federer in Zambia LifestylePhoto Gallery Professional Tennis player Roger Federer in Zambia April 27, 2018 2,550 views 20 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print Roger Federer at one of the schools he supports Roger Federer in one of the classrooms Roger Federer kicks a ball with children during his visit to Lundazi Roger Federer learning the dance and moves in Lundazi while visiting community schools there Roger Federer on his way to Eastern Province in Zambia visiting his Foundation’s community school programmes Roger Federer Visits Zambia For Work With The Roger Federer Foundation Roger the Teacher-Roger Federer took the children in a lesson in English Related Posts:Tennis star Roger Federer is in ZambiaPresident Lungu with World Tennis Champion Roger Federer in PicturesZambia is an amazing country with amazing people-Roger FedererRoberto releases highly anticipated video “Roger Roger”Controversial Libala Tennis Club was sold through procedure – Town Clerk Loading... 20 COMMENTS GREAT YOUNG MAN…. NOT OUR SO CALLED PHILANTHROPISTS..THEY CANNOT EVEN REHABILITATE THEIR FORMER SCHOOL IN SIANSOWA … 6 0 Federer is NOT as good as Nadal Nadal has a better head to head and has won more French Open Because of this I think whatever Federer does, Rafa can do better SO I am NOT impressed Thanks BB2014,2016 1 11 The great spirit of the great country has the power to ‘pull’ anyone to its door step and those that feel and experience it will never view the world the same again. Thanks Roger. 4 0 Thanks Rodger…you are great 4 0 Amazing. Thank you for your visiting 3 0 Well done Roger. Your humility, love and compassion are demonstrated through your works. It’s not any wonder that you have achieved so much in your life. When you lift others, God will lift you up beyond your imagination. Thanks, Roger, we will see you soon again. 7 0 Thank you Roger for work of compassion among our people. God bless you and bless the work you doing in Zambia. 3 0 RODGER THANK YOU VERY MUCH, KINDLY SAMPLE OUR VICTORIA FALLS AS WELL 3 0 Such a humble human being. when I get rich, I want to be like him. 6 0 @wezi, You have chosen a very good role model for your life. Well done. 2 0 amazing human. I suppose that’s why even during the two world wars the Swiss never hit anyone 4 0 Amazing stuff from the GOAT. Great human being as others have said. Keep it up! 2 0 Why do we have very few African philanthropists? 90% of global Philanthropists are white! In Africa, we have very few of them: Dangote, Tony O. Elumelu, Patrice Motsepe and other Nigerians and South Africans. In Zambia, wee have some called rich people who are only concentrated on ruling us, why? Do we even have philanthropists amongst the Rich Zambians? Mark O’Donnel, HH, Lawrence Sikutwa, David Nama, Charles Milupi, Hanson Sindowe etc have done little with regards to philanthropist work! Why? 5 1 Good responsible boy. If only others had hearts of gold like him, this world would have been a good place to live in. Mushota as usual talks off – key. 3 0 Roger Federer is an African as well. He has dual Swiss and South African citizenship. His mother is a white South African 0 1 noble man with noble intent, well done mate and thanks for your support. 4 0 Ba LT, I am glad that you have at last highlighted and shown respect to Roger Federer’s generosity by showing actual pictures of his Projects which he came for. You should have done this in the FIRST place, first and foremost, and then show pictures of courtesy calls to any politicians SECOND, be they in power or in opposition. Politicians come and go, so learn to put Country first. 2 0 From now on I will be your tennis fan Rodger. Welcome to Zambia 0 0 Manje the projects they don’t seem to be doing any better than state run schools, surely founded in 2011 the children are sitting pa mpasa and no windows mmh, someone is pocketing the donations 1 0 The best ever tennis player with more grand slams than any player ever. Rafa is king of clay. Roger is king of tennis kings. 0 0 Comments are closed.