The opening round of matches in the newly-established Namibia Premier Football League (NPFL) will officially kick off this weekend in Windhoek and Mariental, with all games to be played tomorrow and Sunday at both the Sam Nujoma stadium and Mariental stadium.
Unam Rugby Club head coach Johan Diergaardt is targeting to kick start their Namibia Rugby Premier League campaign on a high note when they face Trustco United tomorrow at the Unam Stadium in the capital.
Another dark cloud has befallen the Namibian football family following the sad passing of Black Africa Football Club staunch supporter and co-founder Uncle Paul Modise, former Orlando Pirates tough-as-steak-fullback Willem ‘Tsotsie’ Afrikaner, famously known as ‘Tostao’ in football circles, and devastating retired Chelsea FC sharpshooter Daniel ‘Pieces’ Damaseb.
NamibRe has donated books to the Otjikoto Senior Secondary School in Tsumeb. The donation aims to promote a culture of reading, improve literacy rates, learning and expanding pupil interest in different fields and disciplines in Grade 8 to 12.
An 81-year-old man, who was convicted for viciously assaulting and murdering his live-in girlfriend in Gobabis three years ago, is likely to spend the rest of his life in prison after he was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment by the Windhoek High Court.
The Katutura Magistrate’s Court gave a final remand for the police to finalise investigations into the case of a 42-year-old man who is accused of killing his live-in girlfriend and mother of his children nearly three years ago in Windhoek’s Otjomuise.
There’s a question...remark that gets thrown around a lot in Namibia and that remark is, do we have celebrities in Namibia?” I’m terming it a remark because declaring it a question will legitimize it. Why are we...as Namibians so aspres at times hoeka? “Do we have celebrities in Namibia?” Seriously? How is that even a question?
The top trending rib-cracking clip of the week is of local comedian and corporate honcho Neville Basson favouriten who was reminiscing on the good olden days with Milli Vanilli’s famous 1988 hit Girl I’m Gonna Miss You with emphasis on the tone and accent he sang the song.
Afro-Jazz sensation Coleen Hedwig Tjikune said studying medicine was a calling, an all in one bonus as she values education and loves helping people the best way she can and that’s the reason for pursuing a career in that particular field.
When one voluntarily elects to stand up amidst firing bullets, one should expect to become a person of interest to those whose aim is to tarnish and smear the name of the person you stood up for in the first place. I write what I know, guided by a deep conviction of fairness and justice.
After undergoing five knee operations and following advise by doctors against participating in sports professionally, Garren Richard Smith turned his love of sports into helping other athletes recover, rehabilitate and perform at the best of their ability.