Changing The Way You Think About Money

The MYD Africa Golden Moments Series takes a look at some of the magic of MYD, highlighting some of it’s most insightful episodes over the years.  This episode is no exception, taking a look at Creativity Coach and Lifestyle Mentor Karen Powell’s tools for being money-wise.  MYD: Let’s talk about expectations and beliefs, how do they mould our experience in …

Patrick Sam Shares His Journey of Hope and Changing Narratives 

Season four, episode two of the MYD Africa Show features Patrick Sam, a Namibian who has done so much for both social activism in the arts and cultural sectors in Namibia.  The Chairperson of the National Arts Council of Namibia, a broadcast journalist, poet and writer amongst many other titles, Patrick shares his journey of hope and how he has …

Ashwyn Mberi Talks Collaboration, Ubuntu and Art Connections

This MYD Africa Show throwback series has Kirsty Watermeyer talking to Ashwyn Mberi. A performing artist, poet, television presenter, actor, director and MC, Ashwyn is a multidisciplinary performer whose work has earned him throngs of fans and immense respect from industry peers.  Born in Harare,  he moved to Windhoek in 2013 to pursue his studies and fell in love with …

Odile Gertze on Chasing Her Dreams

Multitalented queen of the stage and big screens, Odile Gertze graces MYD Africa Show with her presence in this throwback episode.  This interview happened just after she won the award for best actress in film at the Namibian Film and Theatre Awards. Blessed with beauty and brains, this 2010 Miss Namibia title holder shares the meaning of connection, support and …

The Power of Giving Back With Nabukenya Muwonge

The MYD Africa show throwback series takes a look at some of the magic of the MYD Show, the highlights that we’ve had and this specific show is no different.  Kirsty Watermeyer chats to Nabukenya Muwonge, a certified life coach who worked as a training and development specialist in public health for eight years before transitioning to her passion as …

Suta Kavari Shares Notes From Beirut

Prominent Political Economist Suta Kavari sits down on this throwback edition of the MYD Show to discuss his experience as an expat in Lebanon on this episode of the MYD Africa Show throwback series. While he boasted a thriving career in economics, fast tracking through the ranks to become one of Namibia’s most prolific economists, that didn’t stop him from …

Fortune Kangueehi Reminisces on a Life-changing Experience

In this throwback episode of the MYD Africa Show, formidable, fearless and fabulous Fortune Kanguuehi takes us back to one of the biggest moments of her life – her participation in the South African version of the popular food show ‘Master Chef’. “I’ve always liked watching the show. I’ve always wondered how people cope in that kitchen because it looks …

Exploring Traditional Innovation With Aron Hamukwaya 

This throwback series of the MYD Africa Show features Aron Hamukwaya who is the inventor of the Digital Owela Game and the Managing Director of the National Software Engineering Academy. A young Namibian who started his studies at the University of Namibia (UNAM), Aron, through his creative ideas – secured himself a scholarship with the Ministry of Education to study …

Cyber Security and online Reputation in The Digital Age

The MYD Africa Show throwback series is a conversation with international speaker, lawyer, and social media law expert Emma Sadlier.  Emma talks about the main dangers of social media and why it’s critical that we inform ourselves of our rights and responsibilities. Hailing from  Johannesburg South Africa, Emma runs a social media law consultancy and says that a lot of …

Dillish Mathews on Trusting The Process

In this episode of the MYD Africa Show throwback series, Namibian superstar Dillish Mathews talks about her journey to success, staying grounded and trusting the process.  After becoming the country’s first ever winner of Big Brother Africa in 2013, she became an instant superstar – garnering thousands of fans and supporters from across the world.  MYD: Would you have any …