• 11
  • Jan
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.
  • 11
  • Jan
The Otjiwarongo based Namibia Premier League (NPL) club, Mighty Gunners, are flying high as they currently sit joint top of the log standings alongside Black Africa.
  • 11
  • Jan
Paulus ‘The Rock’ Ambunda could make history by becoming the first- ever Namibian to win boxing titles in three different weight classes when he takes on Muhamad Ridhwan of Singapore on 3 March in a World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver Featherweight world title fight.
  • 14
  • Dec
Namibia, a country with a relatively small population of just 2,4 million, had a positive year in terms of achievement on the continent and the world at large in sport codes such as football, athletics, rugby, boxing, chess, hockey and archery.
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