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  • Apr

Simataa Freddy Mwiya (SFM) recently took over the reins at the Namibia Sports Commission (NSC), bringing to an end four years of searching for a permanent Chief Administrator at the Commission, following Rusten Mogane’s unceremonious departure in April 2013. Mwiya, 45, whose first day at the office was on 1 April 2017, sat down with Windhoek Observer’s (WO) sports journalist Michael Uugwanga to talk about his appointment and how his 20 years of experience in sport administration will help bring much needed change in local sports.

  • 13
  • Apr

Brave Warriors coach, Ricardo Mannetti, has added five new players to his squad that started training on Wednesday, 5 April, ahead of the crucial African Nations Championship (CHAN) second round clash against Zimbabwe on 14 July, in Windhoek. The players included in the new 25-men squad training camp are Tigers’ attacking midfielder, Vincent Namiseb, who has just joined the premier league champions from first division outfit, Flamingoes, and Young Brazilian midfielder, Wayne Esterhuisen. Other notable first division players already in the Brave Warriors training camp are Johannes Shiwedha of NAMPOL and Pandeni Kandjabanga of Golden Bigs.

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