Sports

Sports (464)

  • 10
  • Aug
Namibia has struggled to assemble a competitive Rugby Sevens team leaving it well behind other African countries such as South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Ghana and Zambia,
  • 10
  • Aug
The start of the 2018/19 Namibia Premier League (NPL) season will only be determined once the North-West Stream and North-East Stream first division leagues are completed, league Chief Administrator,
  • 10
  • Aug
Namibia Premier League giants, Black Africa (BA) coach, Lucky Richter, has resigned from the position he took over in November last year, to focus more on his business, the club said this week.
  • 10
  • Aug
Erstwhile boxing promoter, Nestor ‘Sunshine’ Tobias, has poured cold water on the anticipated fight between Albinius ‘Danny Boy’ Felesianu and former world champion, Paulus
  • 03
  • Aug
Sub-saharan African satellite pay TV service provider, Multichoice, wants to start broadcasting more Namibian content, including sports following the May launch of the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF),
  • 03
  • Aug
Business Financial Solutions (BFS) recently handed over close to N$27,000 to the Sport on the Move Foundation, a charitable organisation spearheaded by Namibia’s paralympic gold medalist, Ananias Shikongo, to draw attention to the plight of Paralympic athletes in the country.
  • 03
  • Aug
Indoor Hockey great, Margreth Mengo, has announced plans to come out of retirement six months after she retired at the end of the Indoor Hockey World Cup in February.
  • 03
  • Aug
FNB Wanderers vice chairman, Willem van Zyl, believes his team stands a better chance of winning the elusive Namibia Rugby Premier League (NRPL) when they come up against Trustco United in the final on Saturday.
  • 03
  • Aug
Former Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) president, Bradley Basson, does not think that the Welwitschias will have too many problems against Zimbabwe on Saturday in the 2018 Rugby Africa Gold Cup,
  • 03
  • Aug
Namibia Premier League (NPL) Chief Executive Officer designate, Irvine Ndjavera, is still waiting for authorization from his employer,
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