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NAMIBIA FUTURE MEDIA  |  Podcast , ±10 min episodes every 2 weeks, 5 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
You want a friend, a friend that’s not perfect. A friend that sees the lighter side of life (perhaps weirder side) and takes your attention away from your own issues for a while. A friend who manages to make you see your issues differently. Perhaps making you realize that your issues aren’t that different at all (we ALL have issues)!

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"Ons Mense" se Tanja Bause kuier by Karlien

Bekende joernalis Tanja Bause het vandag by Karlien in die ateljee gekuier. Tanja doen 'n weeklikse "Ons Mense" rubriek vir die plaaslike koerant Die Republikein. Sy vertel die stories van soveel ongelooflike Namibiers wat ons inspireer en hoop gee. Tanja deel ook haar planne vir die nuwe jaar om die wereld om ons bietjie beter te maak.

Alex stap vir Depressie in Mans

Karlien het met Alex Gous gesels oor sy staptog vir bewusmaking van depressie in mans. Ongeveer 600 kilometer oor 14 dae, van Tsumeb tot in Swakopmund. Kyk uit vir hierdie jong man tydens jou reise die volgende 2 weke!

Brave Para-cyclists to take on the Desert Dash

The 2022 edition of the Nedbank Desert Dash will for the first time see para-cyclists competing in the 397-kilometre, 24-hour race, that sees cyclists riding through the Namib Desert, from Windhoek to Swakopmund.

The Run Along Foundation in collaboration with the Namibia Paralympic Committee (NPC), with the support of Nedbank Namibia, has registered a four-person hand cycling team as well as a four-person visually impaired cycling team.

Karlien spoke to the team manager and some of the cyclists about the challenge ahead.

Black Beach - 491 Days in one of the world and Africa's worst prisons.

What was supposed to be a short business trip to Equatorial Guinea turned into a journey to the depths of hell. 

Black Beach, located on Bioko island off the mainland of Equatorial Guinea, is one of the world’s most feared prisons, notorious for its brutality and inhumane conditions. 

In 2013, South African businessman Daniel Janse van Rensburg set off to the West African country to finalise a legitimate airline contract with a local politician. Within days, Daniel was arrested by the local Rapid Intervention Force and detained without trial in the island’s infamous ‘Guantanamo’ cells, and was later taken to Black Beach. This is his remarkable story of survival over nearly two years, made possible by his unwavering faith and the humanity of a few fellow inmates. 

Black Beach is a harrowing account of Daniel's nightmare ordeal behind bars at the notorious Black Beach prison in Equatorial Guinea, West Africa.

An explosive expose on corruption and abuse of power at the highest levels of government in the oil rich nation of Equatorial Guinea and Daniel's ultimate journey into hell trapped behind the walls of one of the Africa's most brutal prisons. 

Namibia Down Syndrome Day

Karlien spoke to Levine Smit from the Down Syndrome Association of Namibia about the Namibia Down Syndrome Day on Saturday 22 October at St. George's School from 9am - 12pm.

World Rhino Day on 22 September

Karlien spoke to Jessie Willemse from the Rhino Momma Project.
Make sure to listen to find out how you can get involved and help with this amazing project.

For more info: marketing@rhinomomma.com

Special plans for World Rhino Day

In the lead up to World Rhino Day on 22 September, Karlien spoke to Margo Bishop of The Portfolio representing the Rhino Momma Project.

Listen to this conversation if you've ever wondered how you can help to make a difference, or what you can do on World Rhino Day.

For more information, send an email to marketing@rhinomomma.com
or call 081 44 44 064

An open and honest conversation about depression and suicide

Karlien asked David Bishop and Hermien Elago to join her in studio where the three openly discussed their own experiences with depression and suicide.

In a world where suicide rates are getting out of hand, this is an important conversation to have.

If you have ever felt like that, know that you are not alone...

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