• 31
  • Aug

NAMIBIA’S undisputed World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Africa Bantamweight champion, Immanuel ‘Prince’ Naidjala will make his much-anticipated return to the ring on 8 September this coming Saturday.
He will rumble with Ecuadorian boxer Luis Singo in an international non-title bout over 10 rounds at the Windhoek Country Club Resort & Casino.

  • 31
  • Aug

BRAVE Warriors coach Bernard Kaanjuka is worried about his players’ match fitness after observing that the majority of them are kicking their heels on the sidelines waiting for action when the season starts.
He is disappointed about the fact that some of his treasured assets in the national team set-up spend much of their time without actively playing football.

  • 31
  • Aug

THE Sam Nujoma Stadium is set to come alight this Saturday, when defending champions Black Africa clash with Dolam-based rivals Orlando Pirates in the eagerly awaited Katutura derby.
Billed as a preseason match, football magicians will compete to perform the most amazing trick on the field when the giant football clubs test their strengths against each other in an attempt to expel the bitter taste that exists between them.

  • 24
  • Aug

NAMIBIA 2012 London Olympics shottist Gaby Ahrens states that Team Namibia prepared well for the Games and says it is high time that others came on board to help athletes rather than expect miracles all the time.
In an emailed communication Ahrens praised the Namibia National Olympic Committee (NNOC) for having been very helpful in ensuring that the team was in top shape and focused on the job at hand.

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