Gladiators finish fourth at Cosafa

Brave Gladiators suffered their second succesive defat at the 2022 Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Senior Women’s Championship on Sunday, going down 2-1 to Tanzania in the third-place play-off. The tournament, which concludes on Sunday with a final between hosts South Africa and Zambia, started on 31 August in Port Elizabeth, South Africa…

Accept defeat: Geingob

Swapo candidates must accept defeat at November’s intra party elections and rally behind whoever emerges victorious to maintain party unity, its leader, President Hage Geingob implored on Saturday. Geingob said this during the opening of the Swapo central committee (CC) meeting in the capital, where he also emphasised that Swapo is the most organised political…

Eagles complete series whitewash

Namibia’s cricket men’s national development side, ‘the Eagles’, completed a 2-0 series whitewash over the Lahore Qalandars through an 83-run victory in the second 50 over match at the Wanderers Cricket Club in the capital on Friday. The Eagles won the toss and elected to bat first and posted 259 runs for the loss of…

Woman allegedly hangs herself at Okahandja

A 43-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself with a wire in a sleeping room at the Five Rand informal settlement at Okahandja on Friday morning. Namibian Police Force (NamPol) spokesperson in the Otjozondjupa Region, Inspector Maureen Mbeha, in an interview with Nampa on Saturday said the deceased has been identified by her close…

Frontline workers trained to prepare for health threats

Twenty-nine health workers, including nurses, medical doctors and environmental health officials, graduated from a frontline course in Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training on Thursday. Officials from different institutions including the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Agriculture, and Namibian Institute of Pathology, underwent the three months of training aimed at strengthening public health interventions such as…