Monthly Archives: March 2014

NTB Spends N$35 Million in Tourism Marketing

The Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) has been pursuing ger growth by spending about N$35 million on destination marketing. Uahekua Herunga, Minister of Environment and Tourism revealed this last week in the National Assembly, while motivating the ministry’s N$725.368 million budget

Namibia Dives in Expensive Property World List

Africa continues to fuel global property prices, as the continent’s growth rate creates a class of well off individuals with an appetite for risks. This is according to The Wealth Report 2014, which shows that in 2013, prime residential property

’Izinyoka’ Founders Against Briton

Despite knocking out the champion in the 2nd-round and also stealing the shine from the hosts many a time, Sacky ‘Izinyoka’ Shikukutu’s gallant performance against Frankie Gavin fell short in wrestling the Commonwealth Welterweight title away from the Briton, in

Kaizen Ready for Citizens in Biest Cup

Kaizen Football Academy (KFA) plans another giant-killing act as they take on Premiership-bound Citizens on Wednesday night at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in the quarterfinals of the Biest Namibia Cup. The youthful side based in Khomasdal and competing in the

MTC Congratulates Citizens and Rebukes League Delays

Namibia Premier league sponsors MTC recently congratulated Citizens Football Club on gaining promotion to the MTC Premiership, while it also urged the league authorities to bring remaining First Division matches to speed. Citizens, formerly known as Monitronics Success College Football

Champions Suburbs Still Going g -Wanderers, United in Emphatic Wins

Namibia Rugby Premiership reigning champions Western Suburbs managed to keep their title defense campaign on track following a blistery performance, which saw them waltz past an equally determined Reho Falcon outfit by 28-21 in Rehoboth on Saturday. As defending champions,

Namibia Lose to Gauteng

Namibia lost their final Cricket South Africa (CSA) T20 match of the season when they went down by four wickets to Gauteng at the Wanderers field on Sunday. In an exciting finish, the match went down to the wire as

Multi-Racial Football Celebrated

They might be a bit long in the tooth having been touched by age, but footballers from yesteryear have lost none of the shine, which made them the envy of every football lover irrespective of religion, race or tribe for