The Hage Geingob Cup takes centre stage this weekend with a host of football matches and other activities in store at Windhoek’s Independence Stadium.
The gates already open at 09h00 while the first match is an u17 exhibition match between Riverheights Football Academy and Collin Benjamin Soccer Academy at 10h00.
At 12h30 FC Ongos take on Galz & Goals in a women’s match, while a Namibian Legends team takes on a South African Legends teamat 15h00.
The main match at 17h00 sees African Stars taking on Eeshoke Chula Chula.
In between the crowd will also be entertained by Namibian performers King Tee Dee, Tate Buti, Top Cheri and Tswazis.
Stay informed with The Namibian – your source for credible journalism. Get in-depth reporting and opinions for only N$85 a month. Invest in journalism, invest in democracy –