-The trial proceedings for Namibian boxer Jonas Junius Jonas have not yet started as Brazilian courts are still on recess until Monday.
-Namibian Olympic boxer Jonias Junius Jonas will remain in Brazil to face trial for his alleged attempted sexual assault of a Brazilian house maid at the Athletes Village in Rio.
-Paulus “The Hitman” Moses has challenged WBO World lightweight champion Terry Flanagan of England to a fight.
-The chef de Mission of team Namibia at the Rio Olympics, Jesse Schikerling, has called on Namibians who wish to assist the NNOC financially towards Junius Jonas’ case to contact its offices in Windhoek.
-Namibia's last boxer at the 2016 Rio Olympics Jonas Junias Jonas said his performance during his fight was to all those who believed in him and his innocence and thanked all for their suppor
-Local professional boxers acquainted themselves of the task at hand by winning all five title fights at stake against opponents from South Africa and Tanzania over the weekend.
-Boxing sensation Junius Jonas has officially been named Namibia's flag bearer for the Olympic Sommer Games, beginning this Friday in Rio de Janeiro.
-The WBA approved the WBA Pan African Super Welterweight title fight for Friday, 18 November 2016.
-Local boxer Walter Kautondokwa is set to step into the ring early next month for his first-ever title fight.
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