Daily Archives: June 5, 2014

Joe Archer Wants to Stage Comeback As Promoter

Namibia’s first ever pre-independence professional boxer, Joseph Shikongo, better known as Joe Archer, is over the moon with the quality and rapid progress made by local boxers trading leather in …

Girls U-19 Beach Volleyball On Fire, Book Place to World Champs

Namibia’s Under-19 Beach Volleyball Teams returned from Entebbe, Uganda, earlier this week with a gold medal in the girls division, courtesy of some splendid showing by the dangerous combination of …

First Title for Lück and Brinkmann This Year

Last weekend’s DTSInterpack Beach Volleyball tourney proved a huge success with a total of 22 teams taking part at the DTS Sportsgrounds in the capital.

The teams consisted of 8 …

Citizens Want to Make History With Stars, Crave Biest Cup

Citizens Football Club (FC) skipper Robert Gurirab has warned that they are on a mission to rewrite the history books by becoming the first non-premiership team to win the lucrative …

Ndeitunga Defends His Namibian Citizenship

A DEFAMATION case in which Police inspector-general Sebastian Ndeitunga is suing a former magistrate for N$100 000 has veered off course and turned into a hearing on Ndeitunga’s Namibian citizenship.…

N$11 000 Fine for Breaching Court Order

A 32-year-old Windhoek resident learnt the hard way that a protection order is not something that should be ignored or taken lightly for that matter.

Peter Fernandes was convicted of …