Namibia will be ready- Oliphant

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The Chairperson of CAF’s inspection team tasked with inspecting Namibia’s readiness to host the African Women Championships, Dr Molefi Oliphant, says he has no doubt that Windhoek will be ready to host the ninth edition championships scheduled for 11-24 October 2014.

Bidvest Namibia Cup: Pirates vs Stars on 19 March

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Orlando Pirates will face defending champions African Stars on 19 March at the Sam Nujoma Stadium as the last two matches of the 2014 Bidvest Namibia Cup last-16 Round that were rained out on 28 February take place.

This is confirmed by the Organising Committee of the Bidvest Namibia Cup and according to Chairperson Roger Kambatuku, after consultations with stakeholders, a decision was reached and a date set aside.

CAF inspection team visits hotels, stadia and stakeholders

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The CAF women championship inspection team has inspected accommodation providers and is meeting various stakeholders, including government ahead of the ninth edition of competition in Namibia during 11-24 October.

Magic vs. Boys’ referees suspended

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Match officials Dankie Shinana, Andreas Helmut and Alex Kapenaina are suspended for a month following their indiscretion during the MTC Premiership match between Tura Magic and Blue Boys on February 22.

Brave Warriors’ Nekundi forces a draw with Tanzania

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The Brave Warriors on Wednesday night came from behind to force an one-all draw against the visiting Tanzanian national soccer team in an international friendly match played here in the capital city at the Sam Nujoma Stadium. The match went into recess with both teams failing to find the back of the net.

Namibian referees to officiate in Champs League qualifier

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Namibian Referees will take charge of the 2014 CAF African Champions League second qualifying round match in Namboole, Uganda as Kampala City Council FC host Zambia’s Nkana FC on Saturday.

Mannetti wants goals against Tanzania

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Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti worked with his attacking players on Tuesday morning in attempts to get the goals for the national team in their international friendly match against Tanzania on Wednesday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Coleman the hero as Gladiators demolish Progresso

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Zenatha Coleman scored four goals as she inspired the Brave Gladiators to two morale—boosting victories in their friendly matches against the visiting Angolan club Progresso FC, winning 2-0 and 4-0 on Friday and Sunday respectively.

Withdrawals hit Warriors ahead of Tanzania clash

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The Brave Warriors will be without Manfred Starke, Rudolph Bester and Heinrich Isaacks as they host Tanzania in an international friendly match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Wednesday night.

Tigers, Rangers and Citizens advance

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Windhoek giants Tigers FC beat fellow premier league team Blue Waters 2-1 in the Bidvest Namibia Cup round of 16 matches played in Mariental on Saturday (1st March), to advance one step better in the tournament, following their exit at the same stage during the last edition of the competition.

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