The Brave Warriors are expected back home at 19h15 on Friday as preparations for the 2014 World Cup qualifier match against Nigeria on Wednesday evening at the Sam Nujoma Stadium gather momentum.
The Brave Warriors played to a promising goalless draw against Malawi on Wednesday afternoon at the Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre and on Thursday afternoon left Malawi for Ethiopia before connecting to Johannesburg on Friday morning.
The Bank Windhoek National Fistball league will resume on Saturday, June 8 after a two-month break.
The teams of the National A league and the National B league will meet in the third round of matches at the SKW Fistball fields in Windhoek. The games start at 08h30.
The reigning champions, SKW 1 will be back in full force after playing the last games without veteran spiker, Michael Baas.
The team is currently in second place on the Bank Windhoek National A league log.
Namibia will be represented in this year’s Put Foot Rally covering 8 000km through five Southern African states from Cape Town to Tofu, Mozambique.
The Kübel Crew is one of two Namibian teams participating in this year’s Rally.
The team consists of Windhoek school friends Tim Wucher, Daniel Theil and Oliver Pieters who after studying abroad and are now embarking on this unique adventure through Southern Africa.
Namibia’s national rugby team embarks on its most important tour of the year on Sunday when they leave for Dakar, Senegal to compete in the Africa Cup Division 1B tournament.
Namibia will play the host, Senegal on Tuesday, June 11, while Botswana will face Tunisia on the same day. The winners will meet in the final on Saturday, June 15, with the overall winner to be promoted to next year’s Africa Cup Division 1A competition.
Namibia will have to win the competition to stay in contention for a place at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
German basketball expert Peter Schey’s mission to Namibia was successfully concluded on 31 May.
In a two-week series of clinics in Northern Namibia around 80 coaches, future coaches and teachers participated in Schey's clinics in Tsumeb, Oshakati and Rundu.
55 were awarded certificates for their achievements.
Schey was delighted with the results achieved and especially about the rising number of female participants who formed one third to one half of the participants per clinic.