Namibia beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets in T20 WC Qualifier

The Richelieu Eagles started off their ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier with a seven wickets win against Zimbabwe.

Namibia won the toss and sent Zimbabwe in to bat first in their opening match of the tournament.

Zimbabwe managed to score 132 for the loss of eight in their 20 overs, thus setting Namibia 133 to win the match.

The Richelieu Eagles only needed 14.4 overs to reach their target as they registered 134 for the loss of only three wickets.

Namibia Premier League encounters rescheduled

The Namibia Premier League encounter between Orlando Pirates and Life Fighters, originally postponed due to electricity challenges at the Independence Stadium, have now been rescheduled.

The match will kick off at 17:30 today at the same venue. Reliable sources from the Ministry of Sport, Youth, and National Service have confirmed that the electricity issue has been resolved.

It is, however, important to note that the stadium can only accommodate two matches per day. As a result, the original scheduling of games for this weekend will be affected.

Mboma to return to track in April

Namibia's talented sprinter, Christine Mboma, has received approval from World Athletics to resume competing in the 100-meter and 200-meter events. 

This follows the completion of treatment to lower her testosterone levels to the legal limit of 2.5.

Christine Mboma's coach Henk Botha confirmed the latest development to NBC, expressing his excitement about her return to the racing track. 

Mboma has completed her treatment to lower her testosterone levels.

President Dr Hage G. Geingob - Grateful Acknowledgment for the Successful Conclusion of the Hage Geingob 9th Edition Football Cup

President Dr. Hage G. Geingob thanks all Namibians for their participation and support in the successful conclusion of the 9th edition of the Hage Geingob Cup. This event highlighted the importance of unity and hard work in advancing the country's progress in terms of unity and development.

The President expresses his gratitude to the passionate fans who came out in large numbers at the Independence Stadium to support the Namibian Legends against the South African Legends.

Bafana Bafana midfielder Doctor Khumalo expressed his enthusiasm for the Dr. Hage Geingob Cup

The 9th edition of the Dr. Hage Geingob Cup in Windhoek was a resounding success, drawing a massive crowd of spectators.

The curtain-raiser, featuring Namibian Legends and their South African counterparts, left a lasting impression and sparked discussions about making such encounters between the two countries more frequent.

Last week's NFA congress showed signs of maturity - Mwiya

Freddy Mwiya, the Chief Administrator of the Namibia Sports Commission, expressed his satisfaction with the recently held NFA Congress in Windhoek.

As one of the observers during the congress, Mwiya commended the participants for their maturity and adherence to the relevant statutes.

He highlighted the importance of having well-defined policies and statutes within an organization to ensure smooth operations, especially during a presidential race like the one between Patrick Kauta and Robert Shimooshili.


The 2023 Confederation of African Football Awards is set to take place on the 11th of December in Marrakech, Morocco. Namibians Zentha Coleman and Peter Shalulile are representing the country with their nominations.

Earlier this month, CAF unveiled the 2023 nominees in the men's category. Bagging two nominations was Mamelodi Sundowns striker Peter Shalulile, who made it into the "Player of the year" and "Interclub player of the year" categories. 

Africa Motto beat Oshikuku Young Stars 4-0

Africa Motto emerged victorious with a resounding 4-0 win against Oshikuku Young Stars in a friendly match held at the Embadu Sports Stadium. The match was part of the preparations for the upcoming first-division league season in the Oshana region.

Both teams displayed great determination and showcased their skills, as players sought to impress their coaches and secure a spot in the team for the upcoming season. The first half of the match was evenly contested, with both teams defending well and missing scoring opportunities.