Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Mon, 2013-03-11 10:49
WINDHOEK - HECTOR MAWONGA
Familiar players have been called up for the Brave Warriors World Cup qualifier against Malawi on March 23.
Brave Warriors caretaker coach Bernard Kaanjuka seems to be sticking to the adage ‘If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it’ when he called up a 24-man squad for Namibia’s 2014 World Cup qualifier match against Malawi on March 23.
As such there were no real surprise additions or omissions to the team, which is expected to meet a week from today. Goalkeeper Arnold Subeb keeps his place, despite not featuring for Black Africa in their last three games, due to his training to become a police officer. Read more about Warriors stick to tried and tested
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Mon, 2013-03-11 10:40
The Social League kicked off over the weekend with more than 30 teams registered with the league, which is run by Wendilinus Tibinyane. There have been quite a number of new entrants into the league with the mother company of Namibian Sun, DMH also registering a team. The team valiantly lost their first match in the league 2-1 against Silver Stars and are hopeful of producing much better results in the next match. Read more about The DMH boys
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2013-03-08 09:36
The MTC Nestor Sunshine Academy announced this week that Albertina Liyalukeni Halundonga (middle) as the winner of the Suzuki Win-A-Car Competition that was in aid of raising funds for Paulus ‘The Rock’ Ambunda’s (left)successful title challenge.
Ambunda was joined by his trainer and promoter, Nestor Tobias (right) in thanking the public for their stellar support and participation in the Suzuki Win-A-Car promotion campaign. Halundonga was chosen as the winner after MTC and the MTC Nestor Sunshine Academy conducted a live draw during the Boxing Bonanza on March 2. Read more about That car is mine