Namibia

Warriors crash out

Warriors crash out

NEEDING just a draw to qualify for the last eight of the 2015 Cosafa Cup, the Warriors crumbled in stunning fashion to a clearly technically superior Namibia in the last Group B match played at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa, last night.

Warriors face Namibia

Warriors face Namibia

WARRIORS coach Kalisto Pasuwa has said he is happy with the team’s performance at the Cosafa Cup Championship, but reckons that they can do better.

Namibia get bronze

Namibia get bronze

AFTER losing 1-0 to the Young Warriors in the semi-finals on Saturday at Luveve Stadium, Namibia settled for bronze in the men’s football African Union Sports Council Region 5 Under-20 Youth Games when they beat Malawi in the third place play-off at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

‘Namibia, we are coming!’

‘Namibia, we are coming!’

ZIMBABWE Rugby Union director Liam Middleton admits that the Sables would need to change their tactical approach ahead of their showdown against bogey side Namibia in Antananarivo on Wednesday.

Zimbabwe, neighbours earn mining top spots

Zimbabwe, neighbours earn mining top spots

Eight countries in Southern Africa have earned a position among the top 20 “most exciting African mineral jurisdictions”.

I’m not employed by Namibia: Justice Ndou

I’m not employed by Namibia: Justice Ndou

FORMER Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Nicholas Ndou, who resigned from the bench on December 31 last year, has dismissed claims that he has taken up a position on the Namibian bench saying he is based in Bulawayo where he is conducting personal businesses.

Namibia name strong side for tri-nations tourney

Namibia name strong side for tri-nations tourney

ZIMBABWE’S flagship rugby side, the Sables, will have to be at their best during next week’s Windhoek Draught Tri-Nations Rugby Series after their main rivals Namibia named a vastly experienced side for the tournament.

Nampower to finance Zim energy projects

Nampower to finance Zim energy projects

NAMIBIA power utility firm Nampower is expected to invest nearly $180 million to finance expansion projects at Harare and Bulawayo thermal power stations.

Zim imports Namibian beef

Zim imports Namibian beef

WINDHOEK — Namibia has sealed a deal to export bone-in beef from the country’s northern communal areas (NCAs) to Zimbabwe, which will commence immediately once the collection points for cattle to be slaughtered have been identified in the NCAs.

Namibia lures Justice Cheda

Namibia lures Justice Cheda

FORMER Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Maphios Cheda has been appointed a permanent judge of the Windhoek High Court in Namibia.

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