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Namibian women still in with a chance

Caitlin Coetzer of Namibia in action against Norah Azum of Ghana. Photo: Facebook Ghana Hockey Association

NAMIBIA's women's hockey team still stands a chance of making the knockout stages of the Afcon tournament in Accra, Ghana, but the men are out following a 4-1 defeat to Kenya on Tuesday evening.



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Ding Dong' back on the radio

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FOR Allen Jonathan, also known as Swart Baster, who has been in musical obscurity for the last decade, the remix of his one-time hit 'Ding Dong' by veteran musician Boli Mootseng couldn't have been better timed, and will surely reintroduce him to Namibian music lovers.


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