SA survivors thankful to be alive
May 4 th, 2015
SA couple Kate Ahrends and Mike Sherman spoke of the Nepal quake nightmare they’ve experienced. They said they’ve experienced nature’s force when heavy boulders flew down towards a rock they hid under. Everything was vibrating and moving. The explosion of the mountain was terrifying. The ground cracked and opened. They said that a tiny alcove then was able to shield them from falling rocks. Houses were flattened. Six days felt like six months of emotional torment. Helicopters came but the elderly and injured were taken first. Being left behind presented a lot of highs and lows. Nonetheless, they are appreciative of the international support they’ve received. The 7.9 magnitude Nepal quake have sadly left over 6000 people dead.
The youngest Microsoft graduate made headline news in British newspapers. Ayan Qureshi (5) poses next to his computer
Carla Bruniproduced the French version of Bob Geldof’s Band Aid,