'The truth will come out in court' - Joost's brother


Joost van der Westhuizen's brother Pieter says the "full truth" about Amor Vittone, the late Joost's estranged wife, will come out in court.

In the midst of a drawn-out court battle between him and the 45-year old singer over the late Bok hero's estate, Pieter (48) has spoken out in response to a report on Netwerk24 where parts of the court documents were published.

Among the documents is an email in which Pieter says that it would be "unpleasant" to have Amor at Joost's private funeral.

Local coaches praise Mannetti, Brave Warriors


A number of local coaches have heaped praise on national team coach Ricardo Mannetti and his technical team for the impressive performance by the Brave Warriors at the ongoing African Nations Championships in Morocco.

Speaking exclusively to Nampa on Thursday, former Brave Warriors coach and current Brave Gladiators mentor, Brian Isaacs said the technical team has done a tremendous job.

Foreign based players rally behind Warriors


A number of foreign-based Brave Warriors players have rallied behind the current team participating at the African Nations Championship (Chan) in Morocco.

Speaking exclusively to Nampa via various social media applications, the players congratulated the team, offering their support while lauding the good work done by the technical team.

Benson Shilongo, who recently signed with Egyptian team Alassiouty Sport, told this press agency that the team must finish what they started.

Namibia to meet host Morocco in quarter-finals


The Brave Warriors will meet host nation, Morocco, in the quarter-finals of the Africa Nations Championship (Chan) here on Saturday after finishing as runners-up in Group B behind Zambia here Monday evening.

Namibia and Zambia both ended the group stage on seven points after a one-all draw, but Zambia won the group on a better goal difference and will now face Group A runners-up Sudan in the quarter-finals on Saturday.

"Super sub" Nenkundi takes Namibia into the last eight


An injury time goal from super substitute Panduleni Nenkudi was enough to book Namibia its place in its first ever quarterfinals of the Africa Nations Championship (Chan).

Namibia beat Uganda 1-0 in their second match of the competition on Thursday night at the Marrakech stadium.

The Brave Warriors are now second in Group B levelled on six points with Zambia who are top of the group on goal difference.

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