The Confederation of African Football has appointed top local coach Serame "Rhee" Letsoaka to conduct a course in Namibia.
The course, which is for southern African member countries, was scheduled to start in the capital, Windhoek, last night. It ends on Tuesday.
Letsoaka has been invited to Namibia because he is one of the CAF coaching instructors after graduating in Cyprus last August. The coach of Amajita is one of the two instructors who are conducting the course. The other one is Nigerian Kasinawo Laloko.
Coaches attending are from countries like Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland, Botswana, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique.
"It is a course designed for Cosafa [Council of Southern African Football Associations] members, those who are instructors in their respective countries," said Letsoaka.
" I'm delighted to have been appointed to be part of the course. We will also use the course to discuss football in the region.
"There are many exciting developments in southern Africa, especially in youth football where there are several tournaments for both boys and girls."
Kenneth "Conti" Kubheka, Safa head of coaching education, said: "We are all happy for Serame, he's one of our top coaches."