The Namibian soccer team has slipped down three places on the FIFA rankings despite being inactive for the last two months.
According to the latest rankings released on January 17, Namibia slipped from 113th to 116th position.
The international womenâ??s friendly soccer matches between Namibia and Zimbabwe scheduled for January 26 and 27 in Windhoek, hang in the balance.
According to reports from Harare, Zimbabwe are struggling to raise money to send a delegation of 30 to Namibia.
South Africa emerged as the leading nation at the Southern African Zonal Junior Championships in Windhoek on January 17, winning seven of the eight titles on offer.
In the Boys Under 16 singles final the fourth seeded Jason Blakey Milner of South Africa beat the second seeded Grant Ivy of South Africa 6-3, 6-4.
Namibia Premier League club Cymot SKW have been deducted six points pending the outcome of a disciplinary hearing into the fielding off an unregistered player.
SKW fielded striker Arend von Stryk in its first matches of the season against Blue Waters and Eleven Arrows on November 13 and 14, 2006.
Namibian Premier League side Orlando Pirates have fired head coach Brian Isaacs, according to a statement from the club.
Isaacs will be replaced by another seasoned coach Ali Akan. Akan has coached several Namibia Premier League clubs, like Civics, Tigers, Black Africa and Blue Waters. This season he coached South African Emvula League team City Pillars before recently being sacked.