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In the concluding episode of this podcast series, Veronica !Awases (an educational psychologist and life coach who is a retired teacher) tells Elizabeth Viljoen of Cerebrate NZ about her dream to empower teachers and help school children to become people with integrity. She discovered that her differences, her sorrows and her weaknesses became her …
 
When you've battled multiple rare medical conditions, and people tend to think it is "all in your head," how do you convince yourself that you are worthy and not a burden to your family? Suzaan Wieland tells Elizabeth Viljoen of Cerebrate NZ how she learned to stay positive and sane when circumstances felt surreal. Some of her personal victories in…
 
Martha Abner (president of Walvis Bay Toastmasters Club) is an industrial psychologist who talks about overcoming 'imposter syndrome', finding your worth, essential skills and support system. She tells Elizabeth Viljoen of Cerebrate NZ about her vision for Namibia, such as starting a creative hub for future leaders. Connect with Martha Abner on Lin…
 
Monika von Wietersheim, the newly appointed Division 74 D2 Area Director of Toastmasters International, tells Elizabeth Viljoen of Cerebrate NZ how the current educational gap in Namibia can be overcome by an organisation that builds confidence and teaches servant leadership skills. She is a bookkeeper and brought Systemic Constellations, an altern…
 
Dianah Namases is not only a traffic officer, but also an entrepreneur. She tells Elizabeth Viljoen of Cerebrate how she invented a new family--a family of mentors--who can support her and her daughter to become women of substance. Dianah supports her community by creating entrepreneurial opportunities through collaboration. Connect with Dianah Nam…
 
While Elrie Pieterse suffers from autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia, her focus in life (as discussed during this interview with Elizabeth Viljoen of CEREBRATE) is on empowering Namibian school children, and especially girls who cannot afford sanitary pads. Connect with Elrie Pieterse on LinkedIn click here Connect with …
 
In this fourth of ten episodes about awe-inspiring Namibian women Elizabeth Viljoen interviews Talesindano Nangolo, a biotechnologist with the autoimmune disease Lupus. Tala, a multitalented woman with a variety of talents and interests, has the vision to help her community overcome health issues. (As a bonus, a few seconds after the ending, Elizab…
 
In this third episode about fascinating Women in Namibia Elizabeth Viljoen interviews Linea Haufiky, a single mother making a huge impact on her society. Linea is an Anglican priest with a Masters in Theology (Episcopal Seminary of Southwest, Texas, USA) focusing on Gender Based Violence in Namibia. She shares her dreams, and gives listeners insigh…
 
Marianina Coetzee is a a teacher from Swakopmund. A woman with extensive knowledge of her subjects, and is passionate about children's education and well-being. We love her for her invaluable contribution towards Namib High's art and music programs, but she has taught many subjects over the years (like most teachers in a small country such as Namib…
 
Elizabeth Viljoen interviews Sondag Haluka about her business trading in cryptocurrency. Browse Sondag's books on Amazon click here Music Used : GarageBand Connect with Elizabeth on LinkedIn If you're ready to produce your own podcast, contact the podcast experts at SolidGoldStudios.co.zaโดย Elizabeth Viljoen | Solid Gold Podcast Studios
 
In her youth, Vroutje did not listen to her mother. She discovers her own status after her three-month-old son is found to be HIV positive. She maintains a positive healing attitude through her faith and the support of her family. Director: Fetus Akwaake Camera: Joel Haikali Production Manager: Jacqueline Van Wyk Editor: Festus Akwaake Music: Macat…
 
Sixteen-year-old Herlyn never thought it could happen to her. She was just looking for new ways to have fun. But after being raped by an HIV positive truck driver, she found herself desperate and in despair. Now 21, Herlyn finds solace in the fact that she is helping others avoid her fate. Director: Chrisjan Appollus Camera: Sebastian Gowaseb and E…
 
Elisabeth lives in the informal settlement of Kilimanjaro on the outskirts of Namibia’s capital city. She struggles to provide for herself and her three children with little chance of ever finding meaningful employment. Now, in addition to the burden of poverty, she must come to terms with her HIV status. Director: Natangwe Jimmy Camera: Edward Kas…
 
Kaalina Ekandjo was diagnosed with the HIV in November 1994. Since then, she has struggled to maintain her life, her dignity, and the integrity of her family in the face of malicious in-laws and the implications of ARV therapy Director: Elisabeth Hihangwapo Camera: Josephina Shikongo Production Manager: Oshosheni Hivelua Editor: Elisabeth Hihangwap…
 
This first installment is a trailer for Cecil Moller's 26-minute award winning documentary 'House of Love'. The trailer helps set the context for development of the video series being developed. Surrounded by vast expanses of desert and sea, the small Namibian harbour of Walvis Bay is the unlikely setting in which filmmaker Cecil Moller explores th…
 
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