The MYD Show – The Path to Peace with Edwina Mensah-Husselman

Edwina Mensah-Husselman is a Namibian clinical psychologist who in this episode of the MYD Show, shares with us on what anger is and how we can overcome our anger to not be held captive by it. Edwina is an activist, a passionate community developer and part of the Let’s Talk Psychologists team that have more than 10 years’ experience in …

The MYD Show – The Path to Peace with Pedro Kapirika

Pedro Kapirika is an inspirational Namibian who has faced grave hardship in his life but today is using that as a means to connect with others and help them to overcome their anger. Pedro witnessed first-hand, the agony of domestic violence as he watched his mother die as a result of gender based violence. His story though, is one of …

I’ll Make Art Any Way

“I feel that my art reflects my own identity as a young artist struggling to survive in the world. I always make use of recycled and found materials.” Hailing from the small village of Ombome in Northern Namibia, this young Namibian artist is proving that to be an incredible artist, all you need is determination and passion. Using elements of …

The MYD Show – The Path to Peace with Mojo Velo

Mojo Velo comprise a group of 3 travelling Journalists on bicycles that are in the process of completing a gruelling 15,000 km trans-African cycling expedition from Cape Town in South Africa to Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. Hamish Galt, Steven Bland and Russell Galt are producing documentary short films that showcase the stories of Africans, their challenges and their innovations especially …

Preventing Back Pain and Its Resulting Anger

Anger and pain have an interconnected relationship. Studies have shown for example, that anger results in muscle tension and back pain. Other studies have shown that pain results in anger. What’s more, when this resultant anger is not safely expressed, it can lead to more pain. In other words, when we feel pain and then anger as a result, if …

The MYD Show – The Path to Peace with Thuli Madonsela

Thuli Madonsela is an advocate and the Public Protector of South Africa. She has received unprecedented international acclaim including being named by Time Magazine as one of the world’s 100 most influential people in 2014 and by New African Magazine as one of 100 Most Influential Africans. She became a household name for her report on abuse of resources in …