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Absalom Iimbondi in action for Tigers. File photo

THE Namibia Football Association (NFA)'s interim secretary general Jochen Traut said Fifa and the Confederation of African Football (CAF) do not sponsor national football leagues.



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DJ Dreas heading to Rocking the Daisies

TOP Namibian DJ, Andreas Nambambi, aka DJ Dreas, will be performing at this year's Rocking the Daisies music and lifestyle festival, set to take place from 7 to 9 October in South Africa.


Getting the Pulse Racing

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AWARD-WINNING artist, writer, film producer and director Micheal Kahorongo, also known as Micheal Pulse, has been faced with many obstacles over the years, but has kept moving towards achieving his dreams.


Miss Namibia, Miss Teen Namibia to be crowned

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IT is pageant season again, as tonight Miss Teen Namibia will crown a new young beauty queen, replacing the reigning Alexis Swart and beginning her year of duty, in NBC's first live show since the pandemic brought events to a standstill in 2020.



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The Peter Principle

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BEING SUBJECTED to the ineptness of staff at a Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX) listed commercial bank this week was a sobering experience.


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      Cop arrested for stealing confiscated cigarettes

      by Eino Vatileni

      A police officer from the Oshakati Police Station was arrested on Friday after he allegedly stole 12 boxes of Yes cigarettes confiscated from Angolan nationals who were selling them illegally.

      According to a police report released on Sunday by police spokesperson, chief inspector Elifas Kuwinga, the suspect and his colleague organised an undercover operation and confiscated 14 illicit Yes cigarettes boxes worth N$2 800.

      Kuwinga said the suspects only handed over two boxes at the Oshakati Police Station, while 12 were not recovered.

      “The suspect was arrested and is detained at the Oshakati Police Station. Police investigations continue,” Kuwinga said.


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