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WINDHOEK – Although house, hip-hop and kwaito music predominate the Namibian music industry, gospel sensation D-Naff (real name Naftalie Shigwedha Amukwelele) has kept the genre on another level in terms of deliverance and keeping it in the mainstream. Video: Mighty Gunners 2 - 1 Okahandja United Video: Namib Daughters 3 - 3 Nust Babes WINDHOEK – After an outstanding performance in the NFA Skorpion Zinc Women Super League in the current season, Tura Magic ladies are set to be crowned league champions this coming weekend – with three more games in hand and currently sitting with 48 points atop the log. WINDHOEK – While some artistes rush to release their albums just in time to meet the deadline for the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) each year, Sally Boss Madam drops a single or two to keep her fans happy and in the loop with her newest sounds. WINDHOEK - Social media was a set ablaze on Wednesday when a leaked sex video of popular master of ceremony and TV personality Leonard Witbeen went viral. Video: Tura Magic Ladies crowned Women Super League Champs WINDHOEK – Tura Magic Ladies on Saturday pulled out all stops to dismantle a hapless Galz & Goals FC outfit 4-1 at the NFA Technical Centre in Katutura, as they were officially crowned NFA Skorpion Zinc Women Super League champions. Video: Black Africa 3 - 1 Tura Magic Video: Eleven Arrows 1 - 0 Tigers WINDHOEK - Namibia’s very own Dr Japie van Zyl, a Solar System Exploration Director at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa), has reliably informed this publication that last month they detected the first Mars quake. WINDHOEK - ‘’90 per cent of the league title will be decided on Thursday if we beat African Stars,” an upbeat Black Africa coach Paulus Shipanga said following their 3-1 victory over Tura Magic at the weekend. WINDHOEK - The Mario Football Foundation is hosting a holiday coaching clinic at the Academia Sports Complex in Windhoek, which started on Monday and ends on Friday. Video: Youngsters hone their skills at Mario Football Foundation Video: League title is within touching distance - Shipanga WINDHOEK – Namibian model and entrepreneur, Luis Munana’s ‘Waka Waka Moo’ children television show is airing in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and other African countries would follow suit, as the second season is set to air soon. WINDHOEK - Musician-cum-businessman Mushe, real name Albert Uulenga, recently posted shoes on social media platforms to gauge public reaction to his soon-to-be launched shoe line. OKAHANDJA – Tura Magic’s chances of finishing within the top-three come end of the 2018/19 MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL) season were Saturday thrown in further jeopardy when they suffered a 4-2 defeat at the hands of a resurgent Okahandja United at the town’s Nau-aib Stadium. Video: Okahandja United 4 - 2 Tura Magic WINDHOEK - Deputy Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service Agnes Tjongarero says the time is ripe to approach sport development creatively and has called on the regional chairpersons responsible for sport at various towns across the country to be innovative when addressing the shortage of sport facilities.