Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2012-10-31 16:10
NEW YORK - NEWS 24
Bill Keogh, president of disaster estimator Eqecat, confirmed the companyâ€™s estimates of U$5 billion (N$43,5 billion) to U$10 billion (N$87 billion) in insured losses and U$10 billion to $20 billion (N$174 billion) in total losses from Hurricane Sandy, which came ashore in New Jersey late on Monday and swept northward, knocking out power for more than eight million customers and shutting down four major cities.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2012-10-31 10:21
WINDHOEK - NOMHLE KANGOOTUI
Originality and using local issues as material gave this comedian the edge in sustaining a unique and
ultimately satisfying career.
Neville Basson who was born and bred in Katutura, says ever since he was in Sub A (Grade 1), he had an irreverant sense of humour that always got him in trouble. He still remembers how his classmates and friends would gag him everytime he opens his mouth. He says a comedian is born, not made. â€œYou canâ€™t really go to school to study how to become a comedian,â€ he says. Read more about A funny man that is nobodyâ€™s fool
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2012-10-31 10:12
LONDON - NAMPA/AFP
Chelsea and Manchester United will meet for the second time in the space of just four days - with their fiery encounter on Sunday still fresh in the mind of both players and supporters.
Alex Ferguson has wished referee Lee Mason â€œgood luckâ€ in tonightâ€™s League Cup tie between Manchester United and Chelsea, just three days after their fiery Stamford Bridge clash ended in controversy.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2012-10-31 10:05
WINDHOEK - HECTOR MAWONGA
Namibian Sun takes a look at the progress of some of Namibiaâ€™s players plying their trade away from home.
Thai boys complete league action
There has been some success for Namibians plying their trade in other countries, with the South African-based duo of Ronald â€˜Stiggaâ€™ Ketjijere and Henrico Botes leading the way. Read more about Botes, Stigga impress in PSL
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2012-10-31 09:55
WINDHOEK - HECTOR MAWONGA
Civics is determined to hand Ramblers their first loss, when the sides meet in tonightâ€™s Namibian Premier League (NPL) encounter at the Independence Stadium.
As round five of NPL starts tonight
Civics will be looking to pierce Ramblersâ€™ defence for the first time this season, when the teams clash at the Independence Stadium at 20:00 tonight. While Ramblers are still unbeaten, Civics has suffered one defeat and is seven points behind log leaders, African Stars in the NPL.
It is for this reason Civicsâ€™ Team Manager, Paul Stramis, believes the team must win tonight. â€œRamblers have double the points we have and I donâ€™t believe in people saying it is still early because every game counts,â€ he said. Read more about Civics eye ramblers scalp