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 …

43 Cases of Stock Theft in Oshikoto and Still Counting

Stock Theft Investigator Constable Miriam Namwandi says 43 cases of stock theft were reported in the Oshikoto Region since the beginning of the year and this number is expected to …

Schieffer Appeal Judgment Delayed

Double murder convict Romeo Schieffer will have to wait until September to hear if he may appeal his conviction and sentence.

Judge Naomi Shivute convicted Schiefer for killing his parents, …