Sports

Sports (464)

  • 06
  • Jul
Former Welwitschias coach in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge and Currie Cup, Lyn Jones, strongly feels that Namibia’s team still needs an expatriate coach who can take the national team to greater heights.
  • 06
  • Jul
After the conclusion of the Khomas Region Second Division Football League over the past weekend, focus will now shift to the league cup that is set to start this Saturday at a venue yet to be confirmed.
  • 06
  • Jul
Football players plying their trade in the first and second division leagues are at a high risk of injuries or even death due to the unavailability of medics and an ambulance at league matches, the Windhoek Observer has established.
  • 29
  • Jun
Nine para-athletes were awarded national colours at a ceremony held on 25 June, ahead of their departure to Berlin,
  • 29
  • Jun
Blue Boys, who will play Young Brazilians for a ticket to the Namibia Premier League (NPL) next season, have already started thinking of life beyond the Southern Stream First Division play-offs.
  • 29
  • Jun
Despite seeing his team crushed in an embarrassing 118-0 defeat at the hands of the Welwitschias on Saturday, Tunisian rugby team assistant coach, Ahmed Guerbej, believes that the Namibian team is still a world apart from heavyweights New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Ireland or Argentina.
  • 29
  • Jun
The North-West Stream and North-East Stream first division leagues are currently on hold due to the unavailability of funds.
  • 29
  • Jun
An amateur boxer, Gabriel Shiwedha, recently died in hospital days after he was knocked out in an unsanctioned boxing tournament in Opuwo.   
  • 22
  • Jun
Former Namibia Premier League (NPL) clubs, Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW), Rebels, and Ramblers have all found life difficult in the Southern Stream first division.
  • 22
  • Jun
Senior national netball team coach, Mauelle ‘Mansie’ Tjivera, has set his eyes on conquering Africa after leading Namibia to a surprise 54-43 win over Zambia
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