Pavaza excited about VAR system

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Namibia’s only referee at the ongoing 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals Jackson Pavaza is excited about the use of the Video Assistant Referees (VAR) system that will kick in from the quarterfinals stage of the championship in Morocco.

Pavaza is part of the match officials at the 2018 CHAN finals and is based in Casablanca for the opening round, Group stage where Sudan, Guinea, Mauritania and host Morocco contested Group A which have Morocco and Sudan at the top on six points each from two games and will be decided on Sunday night as to who takes top spot and remain in Casablanca for the quarterfinals, where either Zambia or Namibia will be an opponent.

Germany Dev. Agencies awards eight scholarships

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TUI Care Foundation and Futouris e.V have awarded scholarships to eight students who were selected through exhaustive screening and assessments scholarships to study for a Certificate in Food and Beverage Services at Silver Spoon Hospitality Academy in Windhoek.

Objective achieved for Brave Warriors- Mannetti

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The Brave Warriors has achieved their objective of making it to the quarterfinals of the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals with the 1-0 win over Uganda on Thursday night and Coach Ricardo Mannetti will have to decide on whom to face at that stage.

Nekundi scores to send Namibia into CHAN quarterfinals

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Panduleni Nekundi came off the bench to score a dramatic winner for the Brave Warriors as they bested Uganda 1-0 and advance to the quarterfinals of the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals and set up a tantalizing final Group B game against Zambia on Monday in Casablanca.

Ngaruka’s debut only change in Warriors to face Uganda

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Black Africa defender Vitapi Ngaruka is the only change in the Brave Warriors lineup as Namibia takes on Uganda in their second group B game tonight at the at the Grand Stade du Marrakech as the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) continues in Morocco.

We have to be smart against Uganda- Mannetti

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Uganda will have to come and out play on Thursday night against the Brave Warriors who will have to avoid reckless play and double their concentration in their quest to reach their first ever continental quarterfinals at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) underway in Morocco.

Back to square one for Warriors-Ketjijere

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The Brave Warriors clash against Uganda on Thursday night will be the most important game of the team’s 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) adventure with Group B wide open after the opening day wins for Namibia and Zambia at the Grand Stade Marrakesh.

Calculating Warriors prepares for Uganda

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The Brave Warriors will have to be renowned for controlling games without necessarily having possession of the ball as they plan for their second game at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) on Thursday night against Uganda in Group B at the Grand Stade Marrakech.

NFA opens up second players’ registration period

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With the 2017/18 football season is on a break due to the Brave Warriors 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals participation, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) has opened the registration and transfer of players within the leagues in the country.

Warriors victory give Namibians hope-Mannetti

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Ricardo Mannetti reckons Namibia’s 1-0 win over Ivory Coast on Sunday night at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) at the Grand Stade Marrakesh gives Namibians hope as the objective remains to get out of Group B.

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