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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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MTC this week re-affirmed its support for sport development in the country when it adopted Salute Boxing Academy as the second stable to receive its financial support.
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Brave Warriors midfield maestro, Petrus ‘Dancing Shoes’ Shitembi, is still without a club despite being a regular starter for the national team since making his debut for Namibia at age 19, against Malawi in 2011.
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Mystery surrounds the ownership of netball courts located east of the Independence Stadium in Olympia, Windhoek despite claims that the land where the courts used to be was bought by the old administrators of the sport during colonial times.
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