Haikali to conduct FIFA Course in Swaziland

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Namibian FIFA Regional Instructor Mathew Haikali, has been appointed by FIFA to conduct a course for association members in Swaziland from the 13 August to the 20 August 2012 on football administration and management.

Haikali who recently completed a certificate in Sports Management at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, joins the duo of NFA Secretary General Barry Rukoro and NFA Education Officer Timothy Tjongarero, who have been called on to go and share their expertise in other countries.

Mulunga Best Player as Academy wins Super League

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The JS Academy on Saturday won the Women Super League and saw their defender Lovisa Mulunga voted Player of the Season on Sunday afternoon.

The Jacqueline Shipanga Academy need just a point to win the league coming into the final round of matches and empathically dispatched off 21 BDC United 5-1 on Saturday at the Eldorado Field to clinch the title with 49 points.

Poly Babes also won their Saturday fixture against UNAM Bokkies 8-1 to move into second place ahead of Okahandja Beauties on 43 points.

Rukoro & Tjongarero on FIFA assignments

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FIFA continues to make use of Namibia Football administration experts as Barry Rukoro and Timothy Tjongarero conducts courses abroad.

NFA Secretary General Barry Rukoro, also a FIFA accredited Administration and Management Instructor, is in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania where is conducting the FIFA six-day long high-level FIFA Administration and Management Course at the Msimbazi Center, Dar es Salaam aimed at enhancing the locals administrative capacity.

Women Super League set for thrilling finish

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The Women Super League will conclude this weekend as the JS Academy and Poly Babes seek to win the second season of the NFA Women Super League.

The Jacqueline Shipanga Academy ,leading the six-team league with 46 from 18 matches played with a goal-difference of an impressive 115, will need juts a single draw from their two weekend matches, while in second place, the defending champions Okahandja Beauties are six points adrift, the same with third placed Poly Babes.

FIFA donates to Women Super League

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The Federation for International Football Associations (FIFA) on Thursday donated football attires and training equipments to the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Women Super League clubs.

The NFA Women Desk Coordinator Jackey Gertze praised FIFA for their continuous support for the girls’ game in Namibia.

Timo to attend CAF Seminar

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NFA Education Officer Timothy Tjongarero leaves for Cameroon on Tuesday to attend the CAF seminar for English speaking Education Officers starting Thursday.

The seminar will be held at the at the CAF Centre of Excellence in Mbankomo, Cameroon on July 19 & 20, 2012 and it will be a key event providing CAF the opportunity to update Education Officers about their duties and responsibilities, and to enhance the efficiency of the program under the Contract with Africa framework.

Rukoro & Haikali to attend FIFA Seminar

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Namibian duo of FIFA Regional Instructors Barry Rukoro and Mathew Haikali, have been invited to attend a seminar for FIFA Regional Instructors to be held in Johannesburg, South Africa from the 18 to 20 July 2012.

Barry Rukoro, NFA Secretary General and Mathew Haikali, a FIFA Regional instructor are part of a group of thirty FIFA regional instructors, from the African continent, who will be meeting in South Africa, as part of the FIFA Development Office exercise to keep the instructors upto date with new development in the game of football.

NFA Coaching Course ends

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) C Licence Coaching Course came to an end on Friday after two weeks of targeted training to o over 30 prospective coaches.

The course that started on 02 July at Soccer House ended on 13 July and covered various topics including training programs basic and specific coaching, laws of the game and sports medicine.

After writing exams on the final two days of the course the 31 coaches were presented with their participation certificates on Friday by CAF Coaching Instructor Willem Kapukare who was the main course facilitator.

Oshakati Admin Course postponed

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Intermediate Administration and Management course that was scheduled for 18-20 July at Oshakati has been postponed.

According to the NFA Education department, the course is postponed to the 29th and 31st August 2012 due to the “busy international schedule” of the course instructors Roger Kambatuku and Barry Rukoro.

JS Academy returns against Beauties

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The NFA Technical Centre iwill host the NFA Women Super League match of the season as JS Academy and Okahandja Beauties goes head to head on Sunday.

The Jacqueline Shipanga (JS) Academy makes a return to action in the Super league after about three weeks absence due to most of their players being away on national duty to Germany.

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