BA, OP talk tough ahead of derby


Katutura giants and lifetime rivals, Orlando Pirates (OP) and Black Africa (BA), have promised fireworks when the two sides meet in Round Seven of the NPL at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Friday.

The two clubs declared their intentions at a media conference on Wednesday, with OP official Wilfred Lynden !Naibab saying all logistics are in place for the game.

Security will be tight, and we call all fans to come early as we will have a disc jockey playing music until the kick-off time of 20h00, he said.

No cans, bottles at NPL matches over weekend


The five home teams that will participate in the seven Namibia Premier League (NPL) matches scheduled to take place at Sam Nujoma Stadium this weekend have revealed strict measures to avoid disturbances during matches.

Tim Isaacs, spokesperson of the teams and representative of Civics Tuesday said Orlando Pirates, African Stars, Tura Magic and Tigers will implement these measures as an experiment to curb hooliganism at football matches in Namibia.

Man in coma after alleged nightclub assault by Blue Bulls rugby player


A 38-year-old man was left in a coma after he was allegedly assaulted by a Blue Bulls rugby player at a nightclub over the weekend.

The assault took place outside the Madison Nightclub in Lynnwood Park, Pretoria, in the early hours of Saturday.

Captain Ilze Jones said on Tuesday that a case of assault with intent to cause grievously bodily harm had been opened.

"There are still outstanding statements, but a police officer went to the hospital to check on the victim. We are waiting to get a statement from the victim when he is in a better medical condition," Jones said.

Namibian Brave Warriors thump Zimbabwean Warriors


Namibia's Brave Warriors beat the Warriors of Zimbabwe by three goals to one in the Dr Hage Geingob Cup played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday.

Playing in front of a capacity crowd of over 15 000 football fans which included Namibian President Hage Geingob, Namibia scored through two quick goals by Hendrik Somaeb in the 14th minute and Man of the Match Peter Shalulile in the 18th minute.

Zimbabwe replied through their Saudi Arabia-based marksman Tendai Ndoro from the penalty spot in the 32nd minute after Denzil Haoseb hacked down Marvelous Nakamba in the penalty area.

Eyambeko annual sports tournament launched at Outjo


The first-ever Eyambeko Annual Sports Tournament was launched at Outjo on Wednesday.

The tournament set for 01 to 03 December 2017 at the Etoshapoort Sports Stadium in Outjo aims to promote sports and development of football, volleyball, netball, rugby and semi-professional boxing.

Eyambeko construction company is the main sponsor of the event, with a total sponsorship of N.dollars 150 000.

Outjo Constituency Councillor, Johannes Antsino on Wednesday officially launched the tournament in the presence of President of the Namibian Boxing Federation, Benjamin Rebang.

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