Sports

Sports (464)

  • 31
  • Aug
Brave Gladiators’ star striker, Zenatha Coleman, will miss the 2018 COSAFA Women’s Championship that will be staged in South Africa from September 12-22 because the tournament falls outside the FIFA calendar, coach Brian Isaacs, has said.
  • 31
  • Aug
Boxer Johannes ‘The Weapon 777’ Gabriel has been accused of conning sympathizers out of their hard earned cash by misrepresenting that he needs financial assistance to stage a fightGabriel’s latest victim,
  • 31
  • Aug
Brave Warriors coach, Ricardo Mannetti, has shut down debate on the exclusion from the national team the trio of Lazarus Kaimbi, Tangeni Shipahu and Manfred Starke,
  • 24
  • Aug
South Africa’s Rugby Union has cited competition congestion as the reason for the cancellation of this year’s annual South Africa Rugby Union (SARU) Gold Cup, a premier rugby union club competition for non-university teams.
  • 24
  • Aug
The annual Dr Hage Geingob Cup football tournament will take place in November this year, with organisers still to announce the participation teams in the competition.
  • 24
  • Aug
Namibia’s men senior rugby coach Phil Davies says he is still to decide who will captain Namibia at next year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan,
  • 24
  • Aug
The Namibia Football Association (NFA) is expected to decide on whether the much-debated sandy Karasburg High School Sports Field is fit for the MTC/Namibia Premier League (NPL) at its executive meeting to be held on the 8th of September, sources say.
  • 24
  • Aug
The President of the Namibia Amateur Boxing Federation (NBF) Benjamin Rabang said the lack of development of amateur boxing countrywide,
  • 17
  • Aug
Former triple world boxing champion, Julius ‘Blue Machine’ Indongo, is relishing the opportunity to redeem himself after suffering back to back defeats against American opponents.
  • 17
  • Aug
Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) president, Corrie Mensah, says he is just as confused as most people regarding the rules of the South Africa Rugby Union (SARU) Gold Cup, a competition reserved for non-university teams.
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