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EU Training Hub centres receive ICT equipment

The Valombola, Nakayale and Eenhana vocational training centres under the European Union-funded Training Hub received Information and Communication Technology equipment at Ongwediva on Tuesday.
The EU contributed N.dollars 130 million to the initiative, which started in June 2016 and runs until 2020 an is implemented by the German Development Agency, GIZ.

Big Match Feature: Reds v Roma

Mohamed Salah with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Roberto Firmino

Big Match Feature: Reds v Roma
24 April 2018, 11:01

Liverpool and AS Roma will revive memories of the 1984 European Cup final when they meet in the Champions League semifinal first leg at Anfield. Catch the action live on SuperSport and streaming through DStvNow.

While this is Liverpool's tenth appearance in the last four of the European Cup, it is the first time the English club have got this far since 2007/08, when they suffered only their second semifinal defeat.

Bryan Habana: South Africa winger to retire from rugby

Bryan Habana: South Africa winger to retire from rugby

Bryan Habana will end his career as the second highest try scorer in international rugby behind Daisuke Ohata of Japan.
South Africa's record try-scorer Bryan Habana will retire at the end of the season.

The 34-year-old, who scored 67 tries in 124 Tests, was part of the Springboks side that won the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

"The inevitable moment has come knocking on my door and I've welcomed it in for a drink," the Toulon winger wrote on Instagram.

Henri Michel: Former France, Cameroon & Ivory Coast coach dies aged 70

Henri Michel: Former France, Cameroon & Ivory Coast coach dies aged 70

Henri Michel scored four goals for France
Former France midfielder Henri Michel, who coached eight countries during a 30-year managerial career, has died aged 70.

He was capped 58 times by France and coached them from 1984 to 1988.

Michel led France, Cameroon, Morocco and Ivory Coast at the World Cup, and also had spells in charge of the United Arab Emirates, Equatorial Guinea and Kenya.

Michel won three league titles during a 16-year playing career with Nantes.

Botswana eliminate Young Warriors from Afcon qualifier

WINDHOEK, 22 APR (NAMPA) – Namibia’s Under-20 football team were on Sunday eliminated from the 2019 Confederation of African Football U-20 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers after a one-all draw with Botswana.
The first round, second leg of the competition was played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek.
In the first leg played in Gaborone three weeks ago, the game ended in a 0-0 draw, which has now resulted in Botswana qualifying for the next round of the competition with an away goal advantage.

No date set for handing over of Ondundu land

No date has been set as yet for when land at Ondundu outside Tsumeb will be officially handed over to the town’s municipality.
This was said by Tsumeb Municipality Strategic Liaison Officer, Stella Imalwa-Nangolo in an interview with Nampa last week.
Ondundu is a settlement north of Tsumeb for people employed at the local copper mines and farms.
Residents from the Kuvukiland area attempted to grab land there on two occasions before and after the independence celebrations last month.

Young Warriors host Botswana on Sunday

Sport - Football | 2018-04-18

Namibia u20 will take on their Botswana counterparts in Windhoek on Sunday, 22 April 2018.

NAMIBIA's Young Warriors are ready and prepared to take on Botswana in Windhoek on Sunday for their second leg round for the 2019 CAF u20 Afcon qualifiers.

Young Warriors coach Gerald Gunther said after the goalless draw in the first leg in Gaborone they went back to the drawing board to see what they could improve on.

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