African Stars executive member, Brian Makari, believes his team is mentally and physically fit to beat CAF Confederations Cup defending champions and three-time CAF Champions League winners, Raja Casablanca, when the two teams meet on Saturday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Stars to play in Africa

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.

Stars’ African safari in limbo

African Stars have not yet decided on whether to take part in any African club competitions later this year after winning both the Namibia Premier League and the Debmarine Namibia Cup.
African Stars captain, Pat-Navin Uanivi, remains one of the unsung heroes in the Namibia Premier League (NPL).

Third ‘Tura derby postponed

The much-anticipated Katutura derby between African Stars and Black Africa (BA) that was scheduled for this Sunday, will now take place on Tuesday, 28 November at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, due to the funeral service of former BA player, captain, coach and chairman, Bethuel ‘Five’ Hochobeb, who passed away earlier this month.

Tigers start title defence against BA

African Stars, Blue Waters, Black Africa and Young African are the early pacesetters in this season’s MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL) after they collected maximum points in the first two matches of the season, while the likes of Mighty Gunners,


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