Daily Archives: May 9, 2014

Stars Seek Redemption in Biest Cup

With the MTC Namibia Premiership title almost out of reach, Katutura glamour club African Stars will this weekend fully shift their attention to the lucrative Biest Namibia Cup when they confront Tura Magic in the semi-finals at the Sam Nujoma

Tomorrow’s Two-Nations Boxing Tourney Postponed

The much-hyped Namibia Boxing Federation (NBF) Two-Nations Amateur Boxing Tournament between Namibia and South Africa, which was initially scheduled to take place tomorrow at the Windhoek Country Club, has been postponed. NBF Secretary General Joe Kaperu announced the postponement of

National Volleyball League Kicks Off

The first round of the Bank Windhoek National Volleyball League will kick off this weekend at the Israel Patrick Iyambo Police College in Olympia, Windhoek. The Women’s League will start on Saturday, 10 May, while the Men’s League will start

Sports Perspective – What About Pirates?

The ongoing high profile football dispute in the country has centred mostly around the grievances of African Stars versus the alleged ineptitude of the football governors. Stars have been very vocal about how they have been wronged and how they

Explosive Biest Cup Action Expected

The stage is set for some explosive cup action on Saturday when the remaining four teams battle it out in the Biest Namibia Cup semifinals at the Sam Nujoma Stadium. Rundu-based United Stars take on newly-promoted Citizens in the first

Top Junior Boys Seeds Through to Semis

The top-seeded boys progressed to the semifinals of the ITF South and Central Africa Junior tournament in Windhoek after Thursday’s quarterfinal matches. The top seeded Courtney Lock of Zimbabwe beat the sixth seeded Calvin Jordaan of South Africa in straight

Young Boxing Trio Off to Anoca Games – Namibia Debuts at Youth Tourney

They might not be well known in local boxing development structures but the trio of Titus Kaluwapa, Max Ipinge and Harry Simon Jr, have been bestowed the responsibility of carrying Namibia’s medal hopes at the upcoming Association of National Olympic

Child Abusers Are Social Pariahs [editorial]

ANY sane Namibian would not condone the sexual abuse and malicious abandonment of our children as this threatens our existence as a nation. Children are our future and we, as parents, should do everything in our power to protect them