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 …

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 …

The MYD Show – We Are Because of One Another – Magic Moments

The Magic Moments episode from the MYD series, We Are Because of One Another. Here we look back at the golden moments from the series, the magic, the learning and the many voices that shared their journey with us. “People need people. You have your dreams, you have your goals, you have your values. But people need people. And if …

The MYD Show – We Are Because of One Another with Suta Kavari

Suta Kavari joined us for this episode of the MYD Show to talk about his recent experiences as a Namibian living in Lebanon and working with Syrian refugees. Suta, an economist my profession, went from a high profile job in Namibia to work in social development projects with Syrian refugees. Now back in Namibia, Suta comes to share his first hand account …

The MYD Show – Life and Expectations with Suta Kavari

Suta Kavari, an economist by profession, was fast climbing the ranks to be one of Namibia’s most prolific economists. That was until he decided to give that up to go help refugees on the other side of the world. Suta’s career included being an investment Strategist at Capricorn Asset Management, and also holding the position of Vice Chairperson of the …

How our Linked Currency Gives us Freedom

“We activated an active citizenry here in Namibia, something that was missing for a long time, but we should not stop here. We should question why we are doing things. If it’s good we should support it and if it’s bad then we need to stand up and say something. Make our voices heard”   What is freedom in the …