Jarman to face Mhlongo

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NAMPA

Namibian super welterweight boxer Anthony Jarman will face South Africa’s Nkululeko Mhlongo here on 18 November 2016 at the Windhoek Country Club and Resort.

Jarman will defend his World Boxing Association (WBA) Pan African Super Welterweight belt over 12 rounds.

The Namibian has had 15 fights of which he won 13, lost one and drew one, while Mhlongo has won 14 fights, lost two and drew one.

Jarman won the belt against Christiano Ndombassy from Angola in May this year.



Disability Sport Namibia awards ceremony Today

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NAMPA

Disability Sport Namibia (DSN) will on Thursday host its annual recognition award ceremony in Windhoek.

The event sees Namibia Paralympic Committee and Special Olympics athletes, guides and coaches receive recognition for their performance.

The Namibia Power Corporation (NamPower) and the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund (MVA) are sponsoring the awards.

This year, 25 awards will be handed out.

Speaking to Nampa on Wednesday, Charles Nyambe, president of Disability Sport Namibia, said the ceremony is held annually to reward deserving athletes for their achievements throughout the year.



Jonas's docket now with allocated judge

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NAMPA

Namibian amateur boxer Junius Jonas is yet to appear in court, almost two months after his arrest on rape charges in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Jonas was released into the custody of the Namibian Embassy in Brazil while awaiting his next appearance in court.

The Namibia National Olympic Committee (NNOC) said in a media statement issued Tuesday Jonas’s legal team has filed an application to set aside the arrest and preliminary hearing proceedings.



NNPC pleased with recognition at awards

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NAMPA

The Secretary-General of the Namibia National Paralympic Committee (NNPC), Michael Hamukwaya has said he is impressed with the recognition disabled athletes got at the Namibia Sports Awards.

The Namibia Sports Commission (NSC) on Friday crowned the best sportsmen and women of the year at a ceremony in the capital, which was dominated by disabled athletes.

The NNPC won nine of the 14 awards handed out on the night.

Speaking to Nampa on Sunday, Hamukwaya said winning so many awards signals to him that the judges are now recognising the hard work athletes put in.



Duiker in hot water with sports deputy minister

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NAMPA

Deputy Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service, Agnes Tjongarero has expressed disappointment with the operations of the Namibia School Sports Union (NSSU).

She said this during a consultative meeting with representatives of different sports codes organised by the Namibia National Olympic Committee (NNOC) in the capital on Tuesday.

“We are supposed to discover talent at a young age for all the different sports codes at school level but currently it’s not happening,” said Tjongarero.



Ragga Dancehall Top 10 with Dazzle

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Elsabe Tibinyane

10. Gytption - Down In Deh
9. Patoranking - Love You Die
8. 2Kingz - Bend Down

7. David Lion - Cast Away
6. Kim Kelly - Alive
5. Macka Diamond - Shake

4. Iba Mahr - Get Up & Show
3. Stylo G - Yusimme Yard
2. Kalado - Adultery

1. Wizkid - Naughty Ride



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