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The Namibia Tennis Association (NTA) in collaboration with Trustco Group Holdings will this weekend host another exciting junior tournament at various venues across the capital, with matches starting today until tomorrow The MTC Salute Boxing Academy yesterday announced that it will host a boxing bonanza next month, which will feature some of the country’s top upcoming pugilists. The fourth round of matches in the MTC HopSol Youth Soccer League will get underway today at the Khomasdal sport fields, with Kaizen Football Academy (KFA) opening the day’s proceedings with a U15 tie against Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW). Namibia’s leading boxing promoter Nestor “Sunshine” Tobias has admitted that staging fights behind closed doors will financially and psychologically not be sustainable in the long run – both for the boxers and their stables. Action in the Bank Windhoek Indoor Hockey League will conclude this coming weekend with exciting fixtures lined up for Saturday and Sunday. The Namibia Coaches Association, in collaboration with Namibia National Olympic Committee (NNOC), will this weekend host a skills development workshop for local coaches. The composite index of beverages, consisting of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, recorded 79.5 basis points in August 2020, which is a decrease of 6.7% points and 44.3 percentage points when compared to July 2020 and August 2019, respectively. Netball Namibia (NN) recently confirmed that the playoffs initially scheduled for next month have been postponed to early next year. The country’s top racehorses and horse racing enthusiasts will this weekend converge at Omaheke region’s Tsjaka settlement for tomorrow’s much-anticipated race hosted by the Aminuis Horse Racing Club under the auspices of the Namibia Horse Racing Association (NHRA). Namibia’s Brave Warriors assistant coach Robert Nauseb has lauded striker Peter Shalulile for this inspiring exploits and consistency following his goal for new club Mamelodi Sundowns over the weekend. After almost eight months without activities, Athletics Namibia (AN) yesterday announced that it will host three national events before the end of the year, with one of the races taking place this coming weekend. Namibia Football Association (NFA) acting secretary general, Franco Cosmos, has assured the nation that the safety of the Brave Warriors is of paramount importance ahead of their African Cup of Nations (Afcon) 1st leg qualifiers away in Bamako, Mali.