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FemBioBiz with the NCRST

Laimi chats to Angela Ntemwa (Corporate Communication & Marketing) and Grant Balie (Innovation & Industrial Research) of NCRST
The aim of the National Innovation Challenge for Women FemBioBiz is to create a network of women entrepreneurs in the region, provide support to entrepreneurs for acceleration of their business and by so doing create on the potential careers in different sectors for women.

Roads Contractor Company (RCC)

The RCC owes their bank 100 million Namibian dollars. On top of that they owe taxes of N$ 334 million Namibian dollar. The RCC said they need 600 million from government to recapitalize government in this years budget tabled by the Minster of finance the RCC was allocated N$ 20 million, a drop in the bucket in their ocean of debt.

Female Technology Entrepreneurs

Laimi speaks to Chantel Claasen of Dololo Namibia, Namibian Female Tech Entrepreneur Tanya Stroh of Turipamwe, who together with The Southern Africa Innovation Support Programme (SAIS 2) aim to bring Female Technology Entrepreneurs together in a focus group.


The Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Arden has been hailed as a world treasure. A term was coined to describe the phenomenon: “Jacindamania.”

Many have lauded Jacinda Ardern’s response. She swiftly labeled the attacks “terrorism” and bluntly called an Australian lawmaker’s suggestion of a link between Muslim immigration and violence “a disgrace.”

Jacinda Arden is Leadership and we approve of Jacindamania.

Interview: Schalk Steenkamp - Redbull Amaphiko Participant

As one of the largest exporters of meat in Africa, Namibian small-scale farmers often forget the value of animal skins, but Schalk Steenkamp is making sure nothing goes to waste. His company, Bark Designs uses what would otherwise be considered waste material to create beautiful sought-after custom leather products. He chats to us about all things entrepreneurship and his participation in Red Bull Amaphiko
Red Bull Amaphiko

Foreign Trained Doctors

The Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) paid more than N.dollars 200 million since 2014 in tuition fees for medical students at foreign universities that are neither vetted nor recognised by the Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA).
Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Training and Innovation Dr Becky Ndjoze-Ojo provided information contained in a document presented to the National Assembly on Thursday, 7 March 2019, in which she detailed how Government funded medical students who may never ply their trade locally due to their failure to meet the standards.

"My F*K Marelize" - Marelize Horn

Marelize Horn, the Namibian woman who rode her bicycle into rugby posts in a video that has been going viral, chats to us about her video that went viral. She details how the video went bike riding, her bike riding abilities and the after effects of going viral.

From Obese to fit: The Charlotte Cloete Story

Charlotte Cloete embarked on the fight of her life to lose 100kg. In this interview she shares her heaviest weight, what got her there and than what put her on the path to pursue health. Charlotte is sharing her story and helping others start thier journey. Follow her on Facebook Charlotte Cloete for some Fitspiration. This is one women's journey to being in the best shaoe of her life!

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