A third bonus point win on the trot last Saturday ensures that Namibia maintains top spot on the Africa Gold Cup standings on 15 points.
In three matches, the Welwitshias have scored 236 points while letting in only 13.
Their next assignment is against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo on 4 August and a win will mean that they inch closer to securing World Cup qualification as Africa 1.
Kenya Simbas occupy second position having amassed eight points.The Simbas who have played a match less than the table toppers have scored 73 points and conceded 60.
The basement of the log is occupied by Uganda (5th) and Tunisia (6th). Both sides are winless albeit after playing only one match.
The table could slightly change on Saturday 7 July when Kenya hosts Uganda Rugby Cranes at Nairobi’s RFUEA grounds as Tunisia welcomes Zimbabwe in Monastir.