Sports

Sports (464)

  • 16
  • Nov
After making her Brave Gladiators debut in 2010 at the age 15, Lovisa Mulunga has over the past eight-years developed into one of the most exciting female players ever to come out of Namibia.
  • 16
  • Nov
Lukas ‘The Demolisher’ Ndofoluma might not be as popular as other top local boxers such as Paulus Ambunda, Paulus Moses or Harry Simon, however, he is one of those rare talents ever to come out of Namibia.
  • 16
  • Nov
Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti has said the only way to beat Guinea-Bissau (GB) is to outscore and defend very well.
  • 09
  • Nov
Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) has come to the rescue of the Rugby Sevens team that will take part in the Safari 7s tournament in Nairobi, Kenya.
  • 09
  • Nov
The Namibia Cycling Federation (NCF) says the recognition it received at this year’s Namibia Sports Awards that were held in Swakopmund on 27 October, is just the beginning of more good things to come.
  • 09
  • Nov
Brave Warriors striker, Muna Katupose, has joined Tigers Football Club from fellow Namibia Premier League club, University of Namibia (UNAM).
  • 09
  • Nov

Former Welwitschias star, Arthur Bouwer, who is currently serving a four-year ban after testing positive for an anabolic steroid in 2016, has ruled out a comeback in the field of play when his ban comes to an end in mid-2020. 

  • 09
  • Nov
The Namibia Premier League (NPL) has confirmed that newly-promoted club, Young Brazilians, will be playing their home matches at the sandy Karasburg Stadium after months of uncertainty.
  • 02
  • Nov
There is presently much to write about regarding the state of Namibian football in general, but for now I will focus on the Namibian Football Association Executive Committee, their involvement in football in general, the rules, regulations and statutes, interpretation and application thereof.
  • 02
  • Nov
Namibia Premier League (NPL) reigning champions, African Stars, will be playing in this season’s Confederation of African Football (CAF) Champions League which starts at the end of this month, the club confirmed this week.
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