Tjongarero happy with budget allocation

• By Michael Uugwanga

IT could take another year or so for the country’s national football teams to play on home soil after the Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service received a budget allocation of N$679 399 for the 2024/2025 financial year.

On top of that, the finance ministry gave an additional N4 million towards the development budget for, among other, upgrading the Independence Stadium as well as various sports facilities and multi-purpose youth centres across the country.

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Last year, it was announced that the finance ministry set aside about N0 million towards upgrading the dilapidated Independence Stadium, which is believed to cost the government not less than N$ 200 million for it to be fully fixed.

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For the past three years, Namibia has been playing its international matches outside the country following a ban on the country’s only two international stadiums, the Independence Stadium and Sam Nujoma Stadium, all in Windhoek, as the two stadia do not meet the Confederation of African Football (CAF) requirements to host matches.

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