Namibia's Under-15 Teams Miss Out on Bronze Medals at CAF Schools African Championship


It was a disappointing outcome for Namibia's Schools Under-15 girls and boys football teams at the CAF Schools African Championship held in Harare, Zimbabwe. Both teams fell short in their quest for bronze medals, with the girls' team suffering a 4-0 defeat against Mozambique and the boys' team losing 1-0 to Zimbabwe.

NSSU won't participate in COSSASA championship in 2023


In 2022, NSSU team members and parents were left stranded after a trip to Potchefstroom, South Africa where they were supposed to participate in the COSSASA Athletics. They however realised the event was not taking place after travelling to South Africa by bus and arriving to an empty stadium. Both the COSSASA Athletics and the Ball Games have been seen as highlights of Schools Sport in the Southern African region.

NSSU emphasizes lack of parental support in government school sports


The Namibia Schools Sports Union's Chairperson, Thephilus Nuugulu, and NSSU's newly appointed Coordinator, Roger Kambatuku have stated that public schools sport lacks parental support. 

The two administrators made these remarks on NBC's Intersport show.

The existing relationship between the Ministry of Sport, NSSU and parents has led to the realization that school sport officials have played their role to the best of their abilities, whereas parental involvement has lacked in government schools.

Roger Kambatuku appointed as National Schools Sport Coordinator


Roger Kambatuku has been appointed as the National Schools Sport Coordinator effective 1st of February.

This is according to a media release issued by the NSSU national chairperson Teofilus Nuugulu just moments ago.

He is on interim secondment from the Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service and the NSSU council resolution of 5th August 2022.

He will be in charge of the NSSU operations a well the NSSU reform process as envisaged in the integrated physical education school policy.

NSSU and COSSASA suspend Duiker


The Namibia School Sport Union's Committee suspended its National Coordinator Solly Duiker with immediate effect on Wednesday.

The long serving NSSU National Coordinator Solly Duiker has been suspended. This development comes after the union travelled to South Africa on the 5th of October with six sport teams to take part in the COSSASA ball games. 

Upon their arrival, it was discovered that there was no competition.