Black Africa suffered their first defeat of the season when they went down 3-2 to Tigers in the MTC Namibia Premier League at the SKW fields on January 12.
Black Africa have now won two, drawn two and lost one of their five matches while Tigers have won three, drawn one and lost one of the five games they have played.
A treat will be in store for soccer fans when the MTC Namibia Premier League resumes this weekend.
Log leaders Ramblers and second-placed Black Africa will clash at the SKW fields on Sunday each of them eager to maintain their fine run to the season.
After the festive season break, the MTC Namibia Premier League resumes this weekend with several exciting matches in store.
The pick of the bunch will be the top of the log clash between Ramblers and Black Africa at Windhoekâ??s SKW Stadium on Sunday.
Close to 300 athletes have registered for the Air Namibia Athletics Coaching and Training Camp which started in Windhoek on Wednesday.
The event organiser Quinton Steele Botes expressed satisfaction with the turn-out and he said he expected some more late entries which would push the entries to more than 300.
Namibian soccer referee Benedictus Nashenda has been suspended for six months by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
The Namibian Football Association (NFA) said in a statement that Nashenda had been suspended after mistakenly picking out a wrong player for an offence and the