Namibia won the Cosafa Cup for for the first time in their history, beating Mozambique 2-0 in the final in the South African mining village of Moruleng.
Winger Deon Hotto scored both of Namibia's goals to steer his nation to victory in the southern African championship.
Both countries went into the match as past runners-up, with Namibia reaching the final in 1997 and 1999 and Mozambique in 2008.
Earlier in the day, Madagascar won the third place play-off match.
They beat fellow beaten semi-finalists Botswana 2-1 to take the bronze medal.
Sarivahy Vombola scored both of Madagascar's goals and finished as the 2015 tournament's top scorer with five goals to his name.