16 hrs ago

Namibia: Brave Warriors Climbs One Place On FIFA Rankings

[New Era] The Brave Warriors of Namibia climbed one place on the latest Fifa world rankings released yesterday, ascending from 117th place in the world to a slightly improved 116th spot globally. The latest rankings, however, saw Namibia remain steady at 29th place in Africa.
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11 days ago

Namibia: Govt Still in Football Matters

[Namibian] The committee for eminent persons (CEP) has not ceased operations, despite assurances from minister of sport, youth and national service Agnes Tjongarero to Fifa that the government would desist from interfering in the country's football matters.
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15 days ago

Namibia: Football Teetering On the Edge

[Namibian] Namibia may have played its final international match for an indefinite period yesterday should minister of sport, youth and national service Agnes Tjongarero continue to snub Fifa warnings.
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18 days ago

Namibia: Sports Minister Tjongarero Dares FIFA

[Namibian] Namibia's minister of sport, youth and national service, Agnes Tjongarero, has told Fifa that the government will push ahead with its 'intervention' in the country's debilitating football power struggle.
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19 days ago

Namibia: CAF Equips Eight Windhoek-Based Schools

[Namibia Economist] The Confederation of African Football (CAF) last week on Thursday handed over training equipment to eight Windhoek-based schools for the Under-15 Girls school competition at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Girls Centre.
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22 days ago

Namibia: Institutionalised Trafficking of Footballers Must Cease

[New Era] Whilst the author is excited about the movements of our footballers plying their trade beyond Namibian borders across the Orange River in neighbouring South Africa, yours truly has a bone to pick with the shoddy dealings or rather amateurish fashion in which our players are moved on.
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22 days ago

Namibia: Local Schools Benefit From CAF's Generosity

[New Era] Eight Windhoek schools yesterday received equipment from the Confederation of African Football's (CAF) latest initiative, which will see young girls taking part in the Under-15 seven-aside School Girl Competition, slated for next year.
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