Olympic champions Fiji delivered their best performance in almost two years as they beat the Blitzboks 24-17 in the final of the Hamilton leg of the World Sevens Series on Sunday.
Meanwhile, New Zealand Rugby is investing the prospect of staging a four-team women's invitational tournament alongside the men's event in Hamilton next year.
Ale's suspension means he will miss the first match of the Marist Brothers' International Sevens tournament in Samoa later this month.
The defending sevens series champions had enjoyed a more serene passage to the final, as they beat Scotland 22-0 in the quarter-finals, before overcoming Australia 24-5.
Naduva bagged a hat-trick to give his side a slender advantage heading into the final minute, before Eroni Sau clinched victory late on.
Earlier New Zealand progressed to the semi after downing England 19-12 in a tense match, while Fiji snuck past Gordon Tietjens' Samoa thanks to a last minute try.More news: Winter Olympics won't be shown live in Singapore
With the 12 points picked, Shujaa have climbed one spot up on the World Sevens Series rankings to eighth with 35 points, just one shy of seventh placed United States who collected 10 points after winning the Challenge Trophy.
Finding themselves 12 points down at halftime against the reigning World Series champions, they reverted to the brilliant, instinctive style which has always been their hallmark to outscore the Blitzbokke 19-0 in the second half.
New Zealand were denied in the bronze medal match, after they were edged 8-7 by rivals Australia. It's really important that we keep on learning, growing and finding new ways to get better.
England finished second in their pool on day one, following some impressive attacking rugby in their opening two fixtures.
"I did not expect for us to score two tries, but I thank God that today (Sunday) the Lord helped me off-load to him at the right time, not once but twice, to help us win".
England beat Russian Federation 47-0 and Papua New Guinea 27-0 before falling to South Africa in the pool decider.