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Intra-Uterine Device Contraceptives & Breast Cancer - A Study Explained

Sunet sat down with Dr Justus Apffelstaedt, a specialist surgeon, about the findings of a recent population-wide study done in Finland on links between certain intra-uterine contraceptive devices, and increased breast cancer risk. Dr Apffelstaedt explained the findings, and what women need to consider about their contraception.

Pasta La Vita – Busting Carb Myths

Melanie Meiring is a nutritionist who came in to debunk some myths about the DREADED CARB!
We asked her what the reason was behind “Carb hating”, and why we should actually start incorporating some carbs into our Diet. Not only are they good for you but they are imperative for a healthy human brain to function. And as your mind begs the question: “I wonder if they will include Pasta?” the answer is a big fat YES!! But what kinds…..check out the interview and she’ll tell you.

Radiowave’s 2019 Fitness Series Pt.3 - Hermien Elago

I recently sat down with Hermien Elago. Social Media Influencer, fitness enthusiast and the most positive person you will ever meet. Her outlook on life and fitness will not only inspire you to get up and squat, but her humour and love of life will have you appreciating your body and life. On this interview, we talk about how her love for fitness began, her relationship with food and why impossible does not exist in her vocabulary.

Radiowave’s 2019 Fitness Series Pt.2 - Nelao Nengola

Nelao Nengola is an incredible force. Behind the titles of CEO, wellness consultant and Youtuber, you will find a survivor that is now an inspiration to 1000’s of women. We sat down wit this incredible woman to find out more about her fitness focused lifestyle, her YouTube channel and ofc, her favourite go to fitness recipe.
For Nelao’s full story, visit her website here website here:

Radiowave’s 2019 Fitness Series Pt.1 - Daphne Sam

Daphne Sam‘s lifestyle change into fitness is not what you expect. This laid back mom of one was not interested in fitness at all, and she wasn’t the biggest fan of cooking, but fast forward a couple of years later, she is now a qualified nutritionist and owner of a gym in Windhoek. We sat down with Daphna to find out what motivated her to start a fitness-focused lifestyle, what’s her go-to recipe and how she keeps herself motivated every day.

Child Development with Dr Melodie De Jager

Childhood development is an intricate and fascinating process. And while parenting styles can vary, all children have certain things in common, and parents face similar dilemmas.

Dr Melodie de Jager talk us through some common questions and that parents often have.
- What are early childhood development areas often neglected?
- What language proficiency means for school readiness
- Why developmental milestones really are important
- Your child isn't doomed academically because you had a hard time at school

See the downloadable interview notes below, for easy navigation.
Mind Moves Institute Baby Gym

Interview with Mandela Washington Fellowship Alumni Sepiso Mwange

The Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders begun in 2014 and is the flagship program of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) that empowers young people through academic coursework, leadership training, and networking. I had the honor of speaking to Sepiso Mwange, a 2018 YALI alumni, where she shares her experience and why you should be grabbing this opportunity with both hands!


Karlien spoke to Liesl Vermaak who is an occupational therapist in the private sector and they discussed anxiety and depression and how occupational therapy could assist in making life more bearable for someone who suffers from anxiety. They also discussed why anxiety exists as well as "tools" that you can use to get you through stressful situations.

Down Syndrome in Namibia

Republished: Find out more about a condition that affects about one in every 700 babies born worldwide as well as what you can do to help raise awareness of both it and the rights and abilities of those who are born with it, while also finding out more about the Down Syndrome Association of Namibia.


Hellena Kumire is an Occupational Therapist at Windhoek Central Hospital and she works with children with neurological disablilities like Cerebral Palsy and Developmental delays. We spoke about assistive devices that can help in creating a better quality of life and assist development as well and how important Occupational Therapy is to special needs children. We also spoke about the importance and dangers on not of having a wheel chair properly fitted. We also spoke about where to go should you or your child have special needs.


October is Occupational Therapy awareness Month! If like Karlien you have a vague idea of what it entails but want to find out more, listen to the interview with Munya Chimara who is an Occupational Therapist at the State Hospital in the Mental Health and Forensics department. Mental health plays a big role in our ability to work and he focuses on developing, recovering and improving the skills that you need for working to the best of your ability.
In the interview you will find the information of where to go, should you realise that this is a therapy that would benefit you.

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