Sports

Sports (464)

  • 07
  • Dec
Young Brazilians Football Club coach, Tolla Julius, has warned football heavyweights Black Africa, Orlando Pirates, Tigers and African Stars to watch-out for his team when they visit the south of the country.
  • 07
  • Dec
Namibia’s golfing sensation, 21-year-old Likius Nande, remains without a sponsor despite dominating the sport locally for three years.
  • 07
  • Dec
University of Namibia Rugby Club (UNAM) has appointed an interim coach to replace history-making Johan Diergaardt, who is said to have agreed to lead the Welwitschias in the Currie Cup next year.
  • 07
  • Dec
Loydt Kazapua, who is number four on the Brave Warriors pecking order, believes he has the talent to establish himself as the country’s first choice goalkeeper ahead of veterans Virgil Vries, Max Mbaeva and Edward Maova.
  • 30
  • Nov
The sport of wrestling continues to be hamstrung by the lack of sponsorship, Namibia Wrestling Federation (NWF) Secretary General, Johannes Homateni, said last Saturday during the federation’s prize giving ceremony held at the After School Center in Windhoek.
  • 30
  • Nov
One of the country’s successful female sprinters, Tjipekapora ‘Tjipe’ Herunga, says she plans to retire from the track in two years’ time, but only after qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Games.
  • 30
  • Nov
The Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service, Erastus Uutoni, has implored leaders of sport federations/associations to stop fighting one another to the detriment of sport in the country.
  • 30
  • Nov
Undefeated former world boxing champion, Harry ‘Terminator’ Simon (44), is hoping to cash in on the big bucks one last time with revelation that four-time world boxing champion,
  • 23
  • Nov
Former Brave Warriors great, Quinton ‘Quera’ Jacobs, has joined a long list of football administrators and ex-football players who have called for the resignation of Barry Rukoro, who has served as Namibia Football Association (NFA) General Secretary for 18 years either in an acting or full-time capacity.
  • 23
  • Nov
Former world boxing champion, Harry ‘Terminator’ Simon, has vowed to knockout Tanzanian Kaminja ‘Ramadhani’ Shabani in the first round of their scheduled eight round match with a flurry of punches.
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