Brave Warriors captain Ronald Ketjiere has confidence after his club University of Pretoria lost 1-0 to National First Division Mbombela United in the playoff of the Absa Premiership on Sunday afternoon.
Ketjiere, who captains AmaTuks, said the team must "keep their heads up" following a disappointing 1-0 home loss to Mbombela United.
AmaTuks succumbed to Mxolisi Gumede's 41st-minute goal at Tuks Stadium.
"We missed a lot of chances, a lot of free headers which we didn't capitalise on,” said Ketjiere. Read more about Ketjiere remains positive at AmaTuks
The WBO bantamweight interim continental champion, Immanuel ‘Prince’ Naidjala, says he still wants to improve his ranking in this division.
He told Namibian Sun yesterday that he was working hard in the gym.
Naidjala is currently ranked fifth in the world in the bantamweight division and he wants to reach the top.
He is scheduled to fight Klass Mboyane from South Africa for the WBO Bantamweight Intercontinental title on 11 June at the Ramatex Hall in Windhoek.
“Many people are waiting for this fight and now it will happen on that night,” said Naidjala. Read more about Naidjala more focused on ranking than title
While the dust might not have settled well for Rio qualification, the Namibia National Olympic Committee (NNOC) secretary-general, Joan Smit says the house has no agenda of keeping out some athletes.
Speaking to Sport Wrap recently, Smit explained that it is their wish to have as many athletes taking part in the Olympic Games this year and never to exclude anyone.
She however said, with the policies set in place by international federations it has been impossible for some of the athletes to go to the world showpiece. Read more about NNOC does not target individuals
Cristiano Ronaldo added the finishing touches as Real Madrid were crowned kings of Europe for an 11th time with a 5-3 penalties victory over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday.
Two years after reviving Real's bid for a 10th title, captain Sergio Ramos struck the opener after just 15 minutes at a packed San Siro.
But the match was pushed into extra time when Yannick Carrasco came off the bench to level on 79 minutes the Belgian rushing towards the touchlines to kiss his partner in celebration. Read more about Madrid crowned kings of Europe
Britain's Ricky Burns became a three-weight world champion by stopping Italian Michele Di Rocco in the eighth round to claim the WBA super-lightweight belt in Glasgow on Saturday night.
The 33-year-old previously held the WBO versions of the super-featherweight and lightweight world titles.
In an all-action performance, Burns floored 34-year-old Di Rocco in the eighth round, and although the Italian rose to his feet, referee Terry O'Connor waved off the contest.
Burns became the first ever Scot to win world titles at three different weights. Read more about Burns becomes three-weight world champion
SuperSport United survived a late onslaught from title favourites Orlando Pirates on Saturday to win the South African FA Cup final 3-2 in northern city Polokwane.
After falling behind to a Luvoyo Memela goal, SuperSport scored through New Zealanders Jeremy Brockie and Michael Boxall, and Bradley Grobler to lead 3-1 at half-time.
A Clayton Daniels own-goal halved the deficit and Pirates were camped in the United half for much of the second period, coming close to levelling several times. Read more about SuperSport keep Pirates at bay to lift FA Cup
Justin Gatlin led wire-to-wire to capture the 100-metres at the Prefontaine Classic, as Kendra Harrison delivered the biggest surprise with the fastest women's 100-metre hurdles in 28 years.
Gatlin said he was pleased with his winning performance but saved his biggest praise for US Olympic teammate Harrison, who finished just shy of the long-standing world record of 12.21 as she stormed to victory in 12.24.
"She stole my shine," Gatlin said. "It is an amazing feat." Read more about Gatlin praises teammate Harrison
The Golden Lions won a vital away game to take charge of their South Africa conference as the Canterbury Crusaders edged clear in the New Zealand league with three rounds left in Super Rugby.
Two-time winners ACT Brumbies hold a slight advantage over the NSW Waratahs in the Australian conference, while the Western Stormers hold down the remaining automatic finals berth in Africa 1. Read more about Lions, Crusaders press Super title claims
It is now eight games down, yet one just does not see any improvement because weekend after weekend, the results seem not to be changing.
Yes, I am talking about the Currie Cup qualifiers where the Welwitschias are said to be in to learn and not to compete.
After three of five games, one would assume that much has been learned and results show but, at this stage, the boys are still learning.
I love the boys, they play great rugby at times but, on so many occasions they run around the field like headless chickens. Read more about Learn from the best to be the best