SBMusic Fest 23-09-22

Musician Martin Morocky, popularly known as King TeeDee has officially announced his 3rd concert and charity cup slated for 23.09.2022 at the UNAM stadium until the 25th of September. The concert anticipates to reach an audience of over ten thousand and create unity among music lovers in the country as well as unite everyone from…

NCF re-elects board members

The Namibia Cycling Federation (NCF) last week retained its board members, who have now set their sights on improving the sport by hosting more international competitions. The committee will be running the affairs of the NCF for a one-year term. In an interview with Nampa, NCF president Axel Theissen said during his recent trip to…

Public should be updated on parly activities: Kandetu

National Assembly Secretary Lydia Kandetu has emphasised the importance of parliamentary staff ensuring that management decisions are issued speedily and that the public is updated regularly on parliamentary activities. Kandetu was speaking at the opening of the ‘Enhancing Participatory Democracy in Namibia’ (EPDN) capacity building and training workshop for chairpersons and deputy chairpersons of standing…

Omaruru Municipality gets disclaimer audit opinion

The Municipality of Omaruru has been issued a disclaimer audit opinion for the 2019 financial year by Auditor-General, Junias Kandjeke, due to insufficient appropriate audit evidence provided. The audit was done on financial statements comprised of the statement of financial position, statement of comprehensive income, cash flow statement, notes of the financial statements for the…

Preparation was key: Benjamin

Brave Warriors head coach Collin Benjamin says preparations were key to his team’s performance at the just-ended Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Cup. Speaking to Nampa from Durban a day after losing 1-0 in the final to recording equaling six-time champions Zambia, Benjamin paid tribute to the Normalisation Committee (NC) at the Namibia…

CVA league provides sparks

The Central Volleyball Association (CVA) League continued with some action-packed matches during week five of the second leg of the 2022 season at the Patrick Iyambo Police College training grounds. The first fixture of round five saw the ladies team of Revival Volleyball Club (RVC) face off with Khomas NamPol Volleyball Club (KNVC) with RVC…

Brave Warriors go down fighting

The Brave Warriors gallantly lost 1-0 to Zambia in the 2022 Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Cup at Moses Mabhida Stadium in South Africa Sunday night. Namibia started slowly with Zambia dominating possession, but grew in confidence as the match progressed. It took Namibia 20 minutes to conjure their first shot at goal…