Namdia not ruling out more sponsorship in the future

• By Michael Uugwanga

THE Namib Desert Diamonds (Namdia) has not ruled out in investing into various sport leagues in the country, following its investment of over N$4 million towards sport, notably national teams, athletics, cricket and indoor hockey.

In 2019, Namdia invested N$800 000 towards the Brave Warriors African cup of Nations (Afcon) campaign in Egypt, N$250 000 towards the national women hockey team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic qualifiers, N$133 750 towards the senior women rugby test match against Zambia last year and N$874 000 towards the Brave Warriors AFCON qualifiers this year.

Namdia Public Relation Officer, Beverley Coussement told Confidente that the organisation had in total spend over N$30 million in both sport, health and education and that Namdia aimed to contribute more towards sport.

Coussement said that when asked why Namdia does not sponsor domestic leagues, such as women football league, women rugby league, men rugby league or hockey leagues.

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“Namdia’s aspirations are to contribute more to sports in the country. In order to commit to a long-term investment such as a league, it is imperative that the institution is in a financial position to have a long-term commitment with such a project.

Namdia has been an avid and committed sponsor of all sport codes and our aspirations are to contribute more to sports in the country.

“Namdia’s focus areas are Education, Health and Sport and we have invested over N$ 30million thus far across the three pillars. It is Namdia’s aim to contribute more to our nation’s sports code and we intend to do more as the institution grows,” Coussement said.

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