• 07
  • Sep

THE Windhoek Country Club may have enough bright lights, but Nestor ‘Sunshine’ Tobias and his boxers promise to brighten it up even more come this Friday evening with their boxing bonanza.

  • 07
  • Sep

CRICKET Namibia is optimistic that it will succeed in persuading the International Cricket Council (ICC) to change the venue for the country’s match against Kenya later this month.

  • 31
  • Aug

sport cosafa 31FOOTBALL leaders from southern Africa described Fifa’s Integrity in Sport workshop conducted in co-operation with Interpol in Johannesburg at the weekend as a “wonderful opportunity to learn”.

  • 31
  • Aug

NAMIBIA’S Paralympic athletes are ready to take on the world at the 2012 London Paralympic Games that started this week on Wednesday.
Namibia Youth and Sport Deputy Minister Pohamba Shifeta, who jetted off to the games on Thursday last week, said Team Namibia stands ready to fly the flag high at the Paralympics and compete with the best in the world.

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