Kekana stunner voted Goal of the Month


Hlompho Kekana’s stunning goal from the centre of the field for Mamelodi Sundowns against Orlando Pirates has won the Absa Premiership Goal of the Month award for November.

The Sundowns captain produced yet another brilliantly-taken goal to add to his catalogue already full of stunning strikes. The central midfielder scored the second goal in his side’s 3-1 away Absa Premiership win against their rivals at the Orlando stadium two months ago.

Ronaldinho retires from football - brother


Brazilian World Cup winner Ronaldinho has formally confirmed his retirement from football, more than two years since his last appearance as a professional, reports in Brazil said on Tuesday.

The 37-year-old former Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona star, a key member of the Brazil side which won the World Cup in 2002, last played in 2015 during a brief stint with Fluminense.

However his brother and agent Roberto Assis said he would not play again and would now concentrate on tribute events.

NPL player registration open


The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has opened the registration and transfer of football players within the Namibian leagues for the second half of the season with effect from Monday (15 January) until 09 February 2018.

A media statement availed to Nampa by the NFA Monday said various Namibia Premier League (NPL) and second division clubs will be able to bolster their squads for the new year during this period.

Namibia starts off Chan on a winning note


An injury time goal from Namibia's center back, Charles Hambira was all that the Brave Warriors needed to start off their 2018 Africa Nations Championship (Chan) on a positive note.

Namibia beat Ivory Coast 1-0 in their opening match of the competition on Sunday afternoon at the Marrakech Stadium.

The Brave Warriors are in Group B alongside Ivory Coast, Uganda and Zambia.
The match that saw Namibia creating scoring chances as early as the 15th minute, ended 0-0 at half-time.

Zandberg swimming camp hailed a success


About 35 swimmers from across Namibia and South Africa attended this year's Gerhard Zandberg training camp which was held in the coastal town of Swakopmund from 03 to 07 January.

Zandberg, a former world record holder in the 50 metre (m) backstroke discipline, a feat he achieved at the 2007 world championships and a revered 100m backstroke swimmer from South Africa, hosts the annual training camp to help Namibian swimmers for the long-course season.

This year's training camp was conducted by Dantie Louw, the coach of the Swakopmund Swimming Club.

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Elsabe Tibinyane

10. 2Baba - Amaka (Nigeria)
09. Harmonize - Shulala (Tanzania)
08. Ethnix - Omaronga (Namibia)

07. Desmond ft KK - Way You Dance (Namibia)
06. Lize Ehlers - Iewers in die middel (Namibia)
05. Seyi Shay - Yolo Yolo (Nigeria)

04. Lioness - Bad (Namibia)
03. NaakMusiq ft Bucie - Ntombi (South Africa)
02. Profit ft Kalux - Mamase (Namibia)

01. Araffath ft Precisal - Respect (Namibia)

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