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Chops talks about unexpected inspirational people who walk into your life when you least expect it. This is a story of perseverance and it's totally hot!
Chops talks about an amazing place filled with history that nobody spoke about until the big East vs West MMA fight between Khabib and Connor for the UFC title. Listen to the name and see if you know where it might be.
The fuel prices have increased and David was on standby to give me more clarity on what this means to you and I. We also learnt that Namibia may be drilling for crude oil soon. Exciting times. Take a listen.
With the talents around the world in rugby, there is one team that stands out in 7's rugby
Chops talks to Anthea Mans the recipient of the first ever stem cell transplant procedure conducted in Namibia
You would be surprised how many people suffer in silence with autoimmune diseases in Namibia. Listen to Anthea's inspirational story about overcoming the odds.
When you see Africans dominating the French National Team are you concerned? Some people are not happy!
It was all about Miss Namibia 2018 and Radiowave's birthday experience. If you want to know how to win tickets, then listen to this.
Chops talk athletes and how Caster Simena needs to take a stand against being bullied by the IAAF.
It all boils down to quality and value for money, so with that, can we really afford to buy Namibian products first. Take a listen Chops has more.
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