Sports

Sports (464)

  • 15
  • Jun
Karasburg based football club, Young Brazilians, are on the verge of becoming the first team in 10 years from the //Karas Region to gain promotion to the MTC Premiership.
  • 15
  • Jun
Former national rugby captain, Corné Powell, is confident that the Welwitschias will qualify for next year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan, despite the threat posed by Zimbabwe and Kenya in the qualifiers that start this weekend.
  • 15
  • Jun
The Namibia Professional Boxing and Wrestling Control Board (NPBWCB) has barred boxing promoter, Kinda Nangolo,
  • 15
  • Jun
Namibian FIFA referee, Jackson Pavaza, has made sensational claims that he was offered a bribe during a CAF Confederations Cup match between Morocco's Raja Casablanca and Ghanaian team, Aduana Stars, in May 2018.
  • 08
  • Jun
A total of 18 teams, including four female clubs, will take to the court this weekend in a bid to be crowned Khomas Basketball Association Cup champions.
  • 08
  • Jun
The Rugby Africa Gold Cup will kick off in just a week’s time with 15 matches to be played over two months to decide which country will accompany South Africa to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
  • 08
  • Jun
Veteran sports administrator and former national netball team player, Joan Smit, has given a brutal assessment of the Namibian team’s chances ahead of the second edition of the annual senior International Netball Tournament (Pent Series),
  • 08
  • Jun
Former MTC Premiership champions, Tigers, could find themselves in trouble with the Namibia Premier League (NPL), after social media reports suggested that MTN is set to become the club’s sponsor next season.
  • 01
  • Jun
Buoyed by their 34-24 away win to Hino Valke (Falcons) last weekend, the Windhoek Draught Welwitschias will be hoping to make it two wins in a row when they take on a wounded Vodacom Blue Bulls at the Hage Geingob Stadium on Saturday.
  • 01
  • Jun
Citizens Football Club players are up in arms with management after their April salaries were delayed, an allegation that the club co-owner, George Ochurub, has denied.
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