The MYD Show – Perspectives on Perception with Adriano Visage

Adriano Visagie is an award winning Namibian actor, a Radio host and media personality and a Full-time Banker. In this episode of the MYD Show, Adriano joins us in studio to talk about passion, commitment and the importance on reviewing your perceptions.   Take a listen to the MYD Show – Perspectives on Perception with Adriano Visagie, here :

Conversations About the Climate in Catastrophe

In this episode of the MYD Earth Show we chat to two gentlemen from the Namibia Youth Coalition on Climate Change.  Reinhold Mangundu and Hans Hangue join us to share the science behind climate change and why climate change mitigation strategies are urgently needed. We also hear where Namibia stands in terms of carbon emissions, and no its not as low as you would …

The MYD Show – Perspectives on Perceptions with Suta Kavari

Suta Kavari is a well-known Namibian name in economics and development. This year he decided to quit his job and go on a journey to develop his knowledge to better apply systems thinking in the process of developing and growing Namibia. He joins us for this episode of the MYD Show to talk about perceptions and how reflection is the …

Tourism Companies in the Fight Against Waste and Pollution

Enough plastic is thrown away each year to circle the earth four times. Annually approximately 500 billion plastic bags are used worldwide. More than one million bags are used every minute. With statistics like these you can understand why we need each individual to consider their plastic consumption. In this episode of the MYD Earth Show Kirsty speaks to Daniel Zambrano …

Plastic Peril

In this episode of the MYD Earth Show, we hear from the CEO of the Namibian Chamber of Environment, Dr. Chris Brown, on the current state of plastic waste both locally and globally. Dr. Brown shares here the impact of the way in which we use plastic and what affect this has on both our health and our environment. Dr. …

The MYD Show – Perspectives on Perceptions with Conn Bertish

Internationally awarded creative director and winner of Fear Factor South Africa, Conn Bertish, was in 2006 diagnosed with a severe form of malignant brain cancer. His approach to his healing has resulted in him beating cancer and developing a program to encourage patient’s involvement in their own healing. In this episode of the MYD Show, Conn joins us in studio …

Not Talking About Mental Health Is Literally Killing Men

With the idea that ‘boys don’t cry,’ still being a false belief of society today, it can be difficult for men to reach out for help in troubled times. According to Namibian Psychologist, Dr Shaun Whittaker, “We would do a society a big favour if we could look at this quite seriously.” Dr Whittaker adds that, “There is a lot we can …

Hypothesising about the Origins of Some Namibian Rock Art

In this episode of the MYD Earth Show, we speak to a Namibian Artist whose research into the origins of the Brandberg White Lady has lead to an interesting hypothesis. Sharing his opinion as an artist, Linus Malherbe, has drawn deductions based on artistic style that offer an interesting opinion to this world-renowned piece of art’s origins. Take a listen …

Waste Less, Live More

With the World talking our waste crisis and our global pollution problem, in this episode of the MYD Earth Show, we sit down with the world-renowned speaker on the topic of Zero Waste, Bea Johnson.  Bea has spoken all over the globe about her Zero Waste Lifestyle and her book, Zero Waste Home, which has been translated into 20 languages. Invited to Namibia by Christina …