Together as one part 13 punches back in Windhoek


Together As One Boxing Bonanza will be back with Part 13 on the 13th of August in Windhoek.

This came to light at today's launch of the event at the Windhoek Country Club and Resort.

At a press conference held on the 05th june boxing promoter Nestor Tobias officially launched Part 13 of the Together As One boxing bonanza with only three fights currently confirmed.

A familiar South African International, Thato Bonokoane is set to square off against the undefeated Mateus Heita. Bonokoane lost to Fillipus Nghitumbwa last year December via technical knockout.

Sport commission inspires Desert Jewels as they embark on journey to Australia


The Namibian netball national team, better known as the Desert Jewels, departed for Brisbane, Australia, on Wednesday to participate in the Pacific Netball Series.

Dominic Le Roux, a member of the Namibia Sport Commission board, addressed the team during their send-off, emphasizing that they will represent national pride and have the support of the entire nation.

The Desert Jewels are set to face high-ranking teams from Fiji, Samoa, Singapore, and Tonga in the Pacific Series in Australia.

Trumplemann praises team performance in Richelieu Eagle's win over Oman


The Richelieu Eagles all-rounder, Ruben Trumplemann, says that the game against Oman, which they won by eleven runs in the super over, was a great team performance.

The Richelieu Eagles continued their fine form of never having lost their opening games at a T20 World Cup with another excellent performance against Oman in their opening game in Group B in Bridgetown, Barbados on Monday.

Like in any World Cup, Championship, or tournament, winning your opening game gives the team a good springboard to build on.

Oranjemund academy attracts young talents


The recently registered Oranjemund Football Academy aims to scout young players in preparation for the upcoming SKW and Ramblers Tournaments slated for the end of July. 

Speaking to NBC Sport at the Oranjemund Sports Grounds, the founder of the football academy, Metumo Imene says that the academy which is only in its first year of existence has already attracted nearly ninety registered players between the ages of 8 and 18 years. 

Eleven countries to finish non- stop multi- day adventure race


On May 26, racers from 11 countries gathered at the starting line in Walvis Bay for Expedition Africa Namibia, a unique non-stop, multi-day adventure race, which concluded  with the last team crossing the finish line.

Expedition Africa has been the iconic expedition-length adventure race on the African continent for 12 years.

This year's race signifies the end of an era, as it was the final one.

We are on the right track says Benjamin


Namibia's senior national team continued preparations ahead of its two important World Cup qualifier matches against Liberia and Tunisia, respectively. 

The  Brave Warriors played to a one-all draw in a friendly match against Lesotho in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The coach, Collin Benjamin, heaped praise on his team for a brave showing despite sharing the spoils in a 1-all friendly. 

Benjamin also admitted that his goal poacher Peter Shalulile will be a big miss, who is being sidelined due to an ankle injury while on club duty.

African rising stars shine at Namibia debut championships


Namibia brought together fighters from 9 African countries in the capital city for the first-ever International Mixed Martial Arts African Championships.

The IMMAF African Championships wrapped up last weekend  in the capital. Held over six days at the Windhoek Hybrid Fitness Center, the event showcased explosive action as fighters battled for glory in various weight classes.

Namibia's Flyweight king, Damian Muller, retained his title after an intense battle with South Africa's Obakeng Mahura, following a heated pre-fight confrontation.

Brutal battles erupt at IMMAF African championships


Day three of the IMMAF African Championships is underway at the Hybrid Fitness Centre in Windhoek, and the cage is on fire.

Namibia's flyweight champ, Damian Muller, stormed into the octagon for his opening bout and absolutely dominated his Zambian opponent, Jonathan Banda. 

Muller wasn't done there - he then went on to crush the two-time Bantamweight African Champion!  Let's take a closer look at the action.

The Namibia Revenue Agency NAMRA host preparation trials for SOE games


Namibia Revenue Agency (NAMRA) hosted trial games as part of their preparation for the upcoming State-owned Enterprise (SOE) games, set to kick off  in Oshakati.

The NAMRA Sport Trials encompassed a variety of sport activities, including Athletics, Football, Netball, Volleyball, Pool, and Tug of War. 

The initiative aimed to acquire the best talents from all NAMRA branches in the country to represent the A-Team at the SOE games.

DTS internal world cup unites youth


The 3rd edition of the DTS Football Internal World Cup took place, with matches taking place both indoor and outdoor. 

This event saw participation from over 200 youth players, ranging from under 7 to under 17.

The tournament was held at the DTS Volleyball for All Field in Olympia.

The unique aspect of this competition is that it mimics an international World Cup, with teams representing different countries.