• 17
  • Nov
In prison, chess is king when it comes to helping educate inmates, and it is this thinking that motivated the Rubinstein Chess Academy to come together with 318 Accounting Executives CC and donate four chess boards to the Windhoek Correctional Facility.
  • 17
  • Nov
Old foes Black Africa and Orlando Pirates will clash Friday night at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in a Katutura derby that is expected to produce fireworks as the two teams are playing catch up to runaway log leaders, African Stars and Tura Magic.
  • 17
  • Nov
A dazzled Zimbabwean national football team interim coach, Wilson Mutekede, has backed the Brave Warriors to win next year’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) tournament that will take place in Morocco.
  • 17
  • Nov
Namibia expects tough encounters against the visiting Uruguay rugby national team, coach Phil Davies has said.
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