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Lest we forget, as confirmed individuals, we live in a rapidly developing globalizing world that places enormous demands on human beings to acquire ever increasing volumes of links for survival in a world that has become more predatory, so to speak. Back in the day during the reign of the much-despised South African apartheid regime, inhabitants from South West Africa (SWA) were hooked to their colonizers’ pattern of behaviour in almost all aspects of their livelihood. WINDHOEK – Brave Warriors free-scoring striker Peter “Pikes” Shalulile, underlined his value for unfashionable South African Professional Soccer League (PSL) outfit Highlands Park with a decisive goal in the club’s come from behind 2-1 win over of log leaders Bidvest Wits University, on Saturday. WINDHOEK – Namibia’s internationally acclaimed veteran cyclist Dan Craven, showed no signs of slowing down. The adorable bearded rider swept a strong field of cyclists aside to retain his crown during the 34th edition of the annual Nedbank Cycle Challenge in the capital yesterday. WINDHOEK – Saturday’s eagerly awaited MTC Premiership clash between hosts Young Brazilians and the visiting Orlando Pirates at the Karasburg stadium ended prematurely after a heavy downpour rendered the much despised gravel field unplayable. WINDHOEK – University of Namibia (Unam) football club were the biggest winners from round thirteen of matches played in the county’s flagship football league, the MTC Premiership, last weekend. WINDHOEK – The curtain came down on the weeklong CANA Zone IV Championships in Windhoek on Wednesday with the South African team topping the medal table with an overall total of 102 medals across all three disciplines: swimming, open water and water polo. It’s now an open secret that our treasured national asset, football, is stuck between a rock and a hard place for a considerable period. It looks like the much hyped appointed Fifa Normalisation Committee (NC) wasted little time in putting its ducks in the row. A product of Mariental’s largest residential area Aimablaagte, much travelled burly defender George Hummel will go down in history as the one and only Namibian athlete to have graced the traditional hostile football fields in communist Russia. WINDHOEK – It never rain, it only pours for the serial troubled Namibia Professional Boxing and Wrestling Control Board (NPBWCB. WINDHOEK – Just as the music industry was coming to terms with the shocking passing on of Zimbabwe’s internationally acclaimed multi-talented folk singer/guitarist, Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi – another iconic muso is no more. Whispers flitting from the corridors of Football House is that the ‘trouble-ravaged’ MTC Namibia Premiership (NPL) hierarchy is to unveil Orlando Pirates Football Club executive member Nicky Kasilipile as the league’s new chief executive officer (CEO). Without a shadow of doubt, former Blue Waters and Eleven Arrows Football Club speedy winger Thomas Uushona, aka ‘Uncle Tommy’ was one of the greatest footballers ever to emerge from our shores and surely needs some kind of acknowledgement and recognition. Death has struck Namibian football for the umpteenth time as the country awoken to the devastating news that former Brave Gladiators and Okahandja Beauties Football Club versatile footballer Stephanie Hummel has exited the game of life. WINDHOEK – Deplorable Katutura giants Orlando Pirates Football Club sank deeper into the relegation zone when the Sea Robbers were humbled 2-0 by Unam in a one sided MTC Premiership clash in Windhoek on Saturday. DEVELOPMENT, by definition is the process of producing or creating a new or more advanced product that is still in the developmental stage - an area where industries and institutions are encouraged to create opportunities and jobs. Former Ramblers Football Club free scoring attacking midfielder Willy Fredericks, wears the kind of face that would not look out of place as an innocent kinder garten boytjie. The baby face retired lethal midfielder-cum-forward was kind of a journeyman during his formative years as a potential superstar – New Era Sports caught up with the smiling assassin... Tomorrow, March 24 is a very special day that brings back fond memories when Namibians of all walks of life celebrated the Brave Warriors’ Afcon qualification for her maiden appearance at Africa’s biggest showpiece in Burkina Faso in 1998. WINDHOEK – When the exciting maroon and gold strip Tsumeb outfit Etosha Lions FC arrived at Park Station, Johannesburg, South Africa in 1962 – the star-studded squad only had eleven players on board under the stewardship of shrewd football administrator, the late Herbert Conradie. So, Namibia will be making her sixth successive appearance at the International Rugby Board (IRB) World Cup in Japan, August this year.