The second round of the MTC Namibia Premier League starts this weekend with the top-of-the-table clash between Civics and Black Africa the pick of the bunch.
BA stunned the defending champions Civics with a 1-0 victory in their opening match of the season in November 2006, to embark on one of their most successful league campaigns in recent years.
Team Namibia found the going tough on the opening day of the Giro del Capo on Tuesday.
The first stage consisted of a 5,5km prologue in the Western Cape town of Paarl and was won by South African Daryl Impey of the MTN Microsoft team in a time of 7 minutes 23 seconds.
Erik Hoffmann won the Elite menâ??s category at the Hollard National Cycling Road Race Championships on Sunday.
Hoffmann set a blistering pace on the 124km route that stretched over the Western Bypass and included two trips up to Matchless Mine on the steep Daan Viljoen road.
Siabonga Martins gave a brilliant performance for Unam against Wanderers, scoring eight of Unamâ??s goals in their 9-3 victory on Monday night.
Martins shone in all aspects of the game, scoring five goals from short corners as well as three spectacular solo goals.
Namibiaâ??s national rugby team will play South Africaâ??s Springboks in a warm-up match before leaving for France to participate in the Rugby World Cup.
The South African Sunday newspaper Rapport reported that Namibia will play the Springboks at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in the Polokwane area of Limpopo province on August 15.