• It is a great honour to have Mr. Ambrosius Mwetwadha Agapitus as a Special Guest on Show. Ambrosius Mwetwadha Agapitus (79) is a former Director of Education Programmes from 01/09/1990. In June 1994 he was requested to take over the responsibilities of what was known as Windhoek Education Region (in Khomas, Omaheke and Otjozondjupa political […]

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  • Kashindi: You have a very good name, SOINI, which is common in Namibia. What does it mean and from which Language was it derived? And by the way do you have what is called traditional name Soini is the name I was baptised with, did you know that my name is Finnish? I found out […]

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  • Kashindi: Welcome to Namambe,our local online talk show named after a tree at the host’s home village. Dr Anghuwo’s PhD topic: “Co-operating Spectrum Sensing Algorithm of Cognitive Radio based on Unsupervised Learning Algorithm” Graduation month and year: October 2011 1. Please tell me a little about yourself and your family? I am a simple woman […]

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  • Kashindi: 1.Tell us something about yourself? Well, first of all I must thank Namambe for the questions. I am a Superman but I can’t fly… lol. In brief, I am a person who like jokes, and more jokes. 2. Where did you grow up? I grew up in a village called Ouwananghala in Ombalantu 10 […]

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  • Kashindi: 1. Tell us a little about yourself? I am Ruben Shaanika Kanime born and grew up in a marginalized village known as Omalyadhila-Oshihau withinUukolonkadhi.  Im a son and last-born of Mr. Johannes Kanime (Traditional council) and Mrs. Tuwiilika Nekulu Panduleni Mateus. Growing up in the village, ours was to do chores like looking after […]

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  • NB: Kindly take not this interview was conducted some years back (RiP) Kashindi: 1. If I gave you an elephant where would you hide it? Hahaha, what a question??? Why would you like to hide an elephant and from whom would you like to hide it? Well, the best answer I could give is probably in […]

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  • Kashindi: 1.Please tell us a bit about yourself? If I am not known by that picture already then Queen Ndapewa Ya Avula is a passionate socialite who loves to do what she loves to do. I am a full-time producer at the NBC tv. You must have rewarded my energy to educate on the nation’s […]

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  • Kashindi: 1. Please tell us about yourself. I am full Namibian, born and bred at a small rural village in Oshikoto region more than a quarter of a century ago. I grew up in a typical rural life looking after livestock, fetching water on my head and hewing wood. I am from the Christian family […]

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  • Kashindi: 1. Please tell us about yourself. Well, since this is not a job interview, I guess I’m at the liberty to say whatever I want..right Kashindi! Let me start by saying that my surname has not always been Dlakavu, because I am the 9th child of David Sheehama and Jakobina Naundjoba, so I am  […]

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  • Kashindi: 1. Tell us about yourself? It all started at Okayekongwe (poNhimbu) adjacent to Outapi town where I was born in the late 70s before moving to my current village Oshondo. I grew up with my mother and siblings. Being the youngest in the family, I was tasked with livestock herding after school and did all the […]

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