Minister Visit to Namibia Sports Commission
With the view to aquint humself with the operations of the Namibia Sports Commission, the Minister of Sport, Youth amd National Service, Hon. Erastus Uutoni, visited their offices on Monday, 5 March 2018.
Press Release on Namibia Gymnastics Federation (NGF)
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Chalo Chainda (NSC Marketing & PR Officer) Abner Xoagub (NNOC-CGA President)Martie Opperman (NSC Development Officer)
Marja Woortman(NNOC-CGA) Simataa Mwiya (Chief Administrator NSC) Joan Smit(NNOC-CGA)
Junias Hamalua(NSC Executive: Finance and administration). Read more...
Minister Meets with Federations
The Hon. Minister Eratus Uutoni recently had a meeting with all the Federations and Umbrella bodies.
Namibia Sports Commission Strategic Plan Launch
Officials and administrators present at the launch of the NSC's strategic plan, from left: Chalo Chainda (Marketing & PR), Captain Festus Iiyambo (NDF), Chief inspector Kenneth Muatara (Nampol), Alexandra Rohl (Equestrian Federation), Emma Kantema-Goamas (Permanent Secretary Ministry of Sport, Youth & National Service), Simataa Mwiya (Chief Administrator), Joel Matthews (NSC Chairperson) and Monica Shapwa (Commissioner) and Rolf Adrian (Cycling). The Strategic Plan will run from 2018 - 2022 and will pave on our way to becoming an active nation excelling in sport.
Namibia Karate among best in Africa
The Namibia Karate Union (NAKU) was among 25 African Countries that participated at the 17th African Senior Karate Championships and 9th African Junior Karate Championships held in Kigali, Rwanda from 28 August to 2 September. A delegation of 16 attended the Championships with 8 Junior (2 girls and 6 boys) and 4 senior athletes (2 women and 2 men) competing for the honour of being crowned African Champion. read more...