Archive - Aug 10, 2010 - Story
The Namibia Football Association on Tuesday announced that the nominations for its top-brass elections have been concluded.
The presidential elections, which will take place on October 2, will be contested by the incumbent John Muinjo, a former NFA vice president Viskaya Amutenya and former trade unionist and businessman Ranga Haikali.
For the position of vice president, three candidates will vie for the post namely, the current vice president Kornelius Kapenda, the chairman of the Namibia Premier League JJ Doeseb and Franz Mbidi from the Oshana region.
MTC on Tuesday announced a sponsorship of N$350 000 for the 2010 MTC NSC Sport Awards which are scheduled to take place at the Safari Hotel on October 29, 2010.
The Chief Administrator of the Namibia Sport Commission, Rusten Mogane said that it was the seventh year that MTC had sponsored the Awards, which celebrated the achievements of Namibia’s athletes.
At the occasion, Mogane congratulated South Africa on its successful hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Windhoek High School (WHS) once again dominated the Metropolitan Schools Rugby Board Trophy League with eight of its teams reaching the semi finals which are due to be played at the Hage Geingob Stadium on 13 and 14 August.
The Namibian men’s inline hockey team will play South Africa in an IIHF World Championship qualifier on August 13 and 14 in Windhoek.
There will be two matches at the International Hall at the Show Grounds. Both matches will be played at 20h30 during the Badgers annual inline hockey tournament.