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Skorpion Zinc Women Super League resumes

Skorpion Zinc Women Super League resumes

Legare Stadium in Gobabis was the hive of women football action as the second round of the NFA Skorpion Zinc Women Super League kicked off last weekend with the clubs gunning for the title and 15 goals scored, according ton the NFA website.

The home side Omaheke Queens lost 5-0 to Windhoek based team Galz and Goals, with two goals from Iyaloo Rooi, a goal from playmaker Beverly Uueziua, Asteria Angula and Laesha Hansa. Uueziua was named Player of the Match.

Thomalina Adams scooped the player of the match award as the log leaders; Tura Magic Ladies thrashed NUST Babes 7-0. Current top goal scorer Anna Shikusho opened the score line with a brace, but it was Juliana Blou who recorded the most goals with a hatrick. Memory Ngonda and Mallicent Hikuam both scored a goal for the Magicians.

Namib Daughters showed will and might to remain in the top five of the log with a 2-0 victory over Girls Academy. Player of the match Magdalena Kambera scored both goals for the Coastal based team. Meanwhile, Rita Williams aided Khomas Nampol in defeating V-Power Angels 1-0, after scoring the only goal and she took the Player of the match award. Rightway vs UNAM Bokkies match ended in a goalless draw, with Chantell Muinjangue as Player of the Match.

The current log has Tura Magic at the top with 28 points, followed by Khomas Nampol with 26 points, V-Power Angels with 22, Galz and Goals with 19 and Namib Daughters at fifth place with 16 points. The next round of matches in the NFA Skorpion Zinc Women Super League will be played in Swakopmund, Gobabis and Windhoek, this coming weekend.


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Following reverse listing, public can now acquire shareholding in Paratus Namibia


20 February 2020, Windhoek, Namibia: Paratus Namibia Holdings (PNH) was founded as Nimbus Infrastructure Limited (“Nimbus”), Namibia’s first Capital Pool Company listed on the Namibian Stock Exchange (“NSX”).

Although targeting an initial capital raising of N$300 million, Nimbus nonetheless managed to secure funding to the value of N$98 million through its CPC listing. With a mandate to invest in ICT infrastructure in sub-Sahara Africa, it concluded management agreements with financial partner Cirrus and technology partner, Paratus Telecommunications (Pty) Ltd (“Paratus Namibia”).

Paratus Namibia Managing Director, Andrew Hall

Its first investment was placed in Paratus Namibia, a fully licensed communications operator in Namibia under regulation of the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN). Nimbus has since been able to increase its capital asset base to close to N$500 million over the past two years.

In order to streamline further investment and to avoid duplicating potential ICT projects in the market between Nimbus and Paratus Namibia, it was decided to consolidate the operations.

Publishing various circulars to shareholders, Nimbus took up a 100% shareholding stake in Paratus Namibia in 2019 and proceeded to apply to have its name changed to Paratus Namibia Holdings with a consolidated board structure to ensure streamlined operations between the capital holdings and the operational arm of the business.

This transaction was approved by the Competitions Commission as well as CRAN, following all the relevant regulatory approvals as well as the necessary requirements in terms of corporate governance structures.

Paratus Namibia has evolved as a fully comprehensive communications operator in Namibia and operates as the head office of the Paratus Group in Africa. Paratus has established a pan-African footprint with operations in six African countries, being: Angola, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zambia.

The group has achieved many successes over the years of which more recently includes the building of the Trans-Kalahari Fibre (TKF) project, which connects from the West Africa Cable System (WACS) eastward through Namibia to Botswana and onward to Johannesburg. The TKF also extends northward through Zambia to connect to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, which made Paratus the first operator to connect the west and east coast of Africa under one Autonomous System Number (ASN).

This means that Paratus is now “exporting” internet capacity to landlocked countries such as Zambia, Botswana, the DRC with more countries to be targeted, and through its extensive African network, Paratus is well-positioned to expand the network even further into emerging ICT territories.

PNH as a fully-listed entity on the NSX, is therefore now the 100% shareholder of Paratus Namibia thereby becoming a public company. PNH is ready to invest in the future of the ICT environment in Namibia. The public is therefore invited and welcome to acquire shares in Paratus Namibia Holdings by speaking to a local stockbroker registered with the NSX. The future is bright, and the opportunities are endless.