The lack of football stadiums in Namibia has been a long-standing concern for many years. Hosting Debmarine Namibia Premiership matches at the Dr Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium has resulted in damage to the facility, causing frustration among rugby fans. While the use of the rugby stadium as a solution for top football clubs in Windhoek has generated excitement, it has also sparked controversy.



The highly anticipated 2023/24 Debmarine Namibia Premiership is set to kick off its first round of fixtures this weekend, featuring eight thrilling matches that will take center stage. 

The official fixtures for this weekend were revealed during a draw held on Monday at the NFA Soccer House.  As the premiership season is just beginning, there will be a break to accommodate the CHAN Qualifiers, scheduled to take place from the 22nd to the 24th of September. This break will allow players to represent their national teams and compete in this prestigious tournament. 

Debmarine Namibia donates to Women's Action for Development

Debmarine Namibia has donated equipment to boost the Women's Action for Development's empowerment training programs at Keetmanshoop. 

The donated items that include needlework and hospitality equipment as well as computers are worth N$200,000. 

||kharas Governor Aletha Frederick handed over donations, which her office had sourced from Debmarine Namibia. 

Keetmanshoop Woman Action's for Development Coordinator welcomed the donation. 

Some trainees had this to say.

Debmarine Namibia contributes to national treasury

Since 2018, Debmarine Namibia has directly contributed N$13.8 billion to Namibia's national treasury.

This was revealed by the Chief Executive Officer of Debmarine Namibia at a stakeholder engagement breakfast in Windhoek. 

Willy Mertens also revealed that in 2022, the company will have made a total contribution of N$4.7 billion.

Debmarine's overall economic and societal contribution for last year stood at N$10.2 billion, which went into employment, local procurement, and social investment, among others. 

Debmarine Namibia donates brand new school bus to Emono Combined School

Debmarine Namibia has set itself to be a global class leader in marine diamond recovery through innovation, technology, and skill development.

These were the remarks of the outgoing Chief Executive Officer of Debmarine Namibia, Otto Shikongo, at the handover of a new school bus to Emono Combined School in the Oshana Region.

The N$800,000, 14-seater Quantum bus is equipped with safety features.

The school's dream was fulfilled after it wrote to Debmarine, requesting the company meet it halfway on the money it solicited to purchase a second-hand school bus.