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Namibia crush Burkina Faso

Written by Maqonda Ndlovu on 02 July 2022

WINDHOEK, 02 JUL (NAMPA) – Namibia scored 11 tries as they overran Burkina Faso 71-5 in the Rugby Africa quarter-finals of a qualifying tournament in Marseille on Friday.
Match day captain Torsten van Jaarsveld scored three tries, while full-back Lorenzo Luis also netted a brace as Namibia set up an exciting semi-final match against Zimbabwe in Aix-en-Provence on 06 July 2022.
The final for these 2023 Rugby World Cup qualifiers is scheduled to take place on 10 July.
Also contributing two tries was JC Greyl ...

Only Swapo can deliver shared prosperity: Geingob

Written by Linea Dishena on 01 July 2022

WINDHOEK, 01 JUL (NAMPA)- President Hage Geingob said detractors wishing to see the Swapo party fail will wait forever, saying the party is the only one with a track record in Namibia’s political freedom and governance able to deliver economic emancipation and shared prosperity.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the third Swapo party policy conference here Friday Geingob said Swapo will not go anywhere as it is the only party representing the true identity of the Namibian house and shall remain to govern ...

Cold weather persists: Small livestock farmers cautioned

WINDHOEK, 22 JUN (NAMPA)-The Windhoek met office has since issued a countrywide advisory on the cold weather, and cautioned small livestock farmers to take the necessary precautions to safeguard their livestock. (Video by Lydia Pitiri)

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