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IPC team receives boost from NamPower

Ananias Shikongo and his guide Even Tjiviju.

WINDHOEK – NamPower has come to the financial aid of nine athletes and their three guides who are preparing for the 2018 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Berlin Grand Prix to take place between 30 June and 1 July in Germany.

The power utility sponsored over N$400 000 to the Namibia Paralympic Committee (NPC) to take its athletes to Germany for the last IPC Grand Prix of the season.

Namibia remain on winning track

Namibia's players, Deon van Dyk, Jean Erasmus and Takhula Jacobs pose with their Mozambican counterparts.

NAMIBIA on Wednesday maintained their perfect start to the Davis Cup Africa Group III campaign in Nairobi when they chalked up their third consecutive victory.

They beat Mozambique 3-0, following earlier victories against Algeria (3-0) and Uganda (2-1) to remain at the top of Pool B and strengthen their chances of qualifying for Group II next year.

Senegal to the rescue as African teams struggle at World Cup

Sadio Mane in action for Senegal against Poland on Tuesday. AP

SOCHI - Senegal proved to be Africa's saving grace at the World Cup on Tuesday. Take away their win over Poland and it is five defeats in five for the continent's representatives in Russia.

After Nigeria and Algeria both reached the knockout phase four years ago, following Ghana's run to the quarter-finals in 2010, it is already looking like 2018 will be a step backwards for Africa on the biggest stage.

RA to rehabilitate Rundu-Divundu road

The Roads Authority (RA) will prioritize the rehabilitation of the Rundu-Divundu road as part of its five-year strategic plan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Conrad Lutombi said.
He said this during a meeting with Kavango East Governor, Samuel Mbambo late last week briefing him about RAs five-year strategic plan recently launched by the Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa.
The CEO said the first priority in terms of their plan for the next five years is to rehabilitate the Rundu-Divundu road which is part of the Trans-Zambezi Highway.

Gender ministry funds projects amounting over N$180 000 in Erongo

The gender ministry has funded projects totaling an amount of N$183 301.17 in Erongo region during the 2017/18 financial year.

According to information provided by the ministry through the office of the governor, these projects were funded through the ministry’s income generating project program.

Statistics indicate that all together a total number of eleven projects were funded ranging from shoe repair projects, construction, poultry, event management, catering, printing, welding and sewing.

Brazilie Football Club collected four points in their ||Kharas Second Division Inland Stream matches played over the weekend at the Noordoewer Stadium.

Brazilie Football Club collected four points in their ||Kharas Second Division Inland Stream matches played over the weekend at the Noordoewer Stadium.
Zilles, as Brazilie is also known, played to a 2-all draw against Orange Rangers on Saturday after conceding two late penalties having led 2-0, and on Sunday defeated Spiders 2-0.
The four points collected lifted Zilles to 23 points and third on the log.
Zilles Team Manager, Emrico Blaauw told Nampa on Monday they are happy with the four points.

Namibia Premier League (NPL) outfit UNAM FC hosted its first ever sports awards last week where it rewarded its players for all their hard work throughout the 2017/18 football season.

Namibia Premier League (NPL) outfit UNAM FC hosted its first ever sports awards last week where it rewarded its players for all their hard work throughout the 2017/18 football season.
UNAM FC who acquired their Premier League status from Ramblers Football Club in 2014 finished fourth in the league and took the runner-up position in the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Debmarine Namibia Cup.
For finishing fourth in the Premier League the club was awarded N.dollars 100 000 and N.dollars 250 000 for being runner-up in the Debmarine Namibia Cup.

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