KNVC, Kudos lead volleyball logs

The Khomas NamPol Volleyball Club (KNVC) and Kudos male and female teams are the current log leaders of their respective logs in the Central Volleyball Association 2022 season following the weekend matches. In the men’s division, KNVC amassed 52 points after winning their last two fixtures by three sets to nil (3-0) against Afrocat on…

MHDP awaiting court resolution: Kuugongelwa-Amadhila

Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila has said the resolution on the completion of 891 houses under the government’s Mass Housing Project remains in the hands of the courts. Responding to Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) leader, McHenry Venaani’s letter regarding the unoccupied mass housing and occupation thereof on Monday, Kuugongelwa-Amadhila said the completion of 891 houses of…

Illegal electricity connections cause power cuts

The City of Windhoek has confirmed a power outage at Boitumelo Street of Greenwell Matongo residential area due to an increase in illegal electricity connections. Confirming the power cuts on Wednesday, CoW spokesperson Harold Akwenye explained that the area has been experiencing power outages daily for the past weeks, due to high unplanned demand for…

All set for KBA finals

All is set for the 2022 Khomas Basketball Association (KBA) Cup finals scheduled for UN Plaza in Windhoek on Saturday. This was confirmed by KBA president Helena Uugwanga on Thursday, who said all preparations are going well. “We will start with some junior high school games from 10h00 on Saturday. The men’s final will kick…

Gladiators get down to business

Recently-appointed Brave Gladiators coach Paulus Shipanga says he is convinced his players will be ready when they participate at the upcoming Council for Southern African Football Associations (COSAFA) Senior Women’s tournament scheduled for end of August in South Africa. Speaking to Nampa at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) technical centre, Shipanga said things were moving…