Interview on THE DAILY ROUNDUP WITH NINA | Mental Health and Counselling Facilities in Namibia – NBC TV
Letters and articles that have been published in journals, books, newsletters, newspapers, on websites etc.
“I Knew Something Wasn’t Right With That One” on 99FM
In Namibia, we live in a society that shuns those afflicted by mental health illness, rather than provide them with the help and support that they need. In our society, the discussion about mental health is a taboo, suicide is rife and emotional and physical violence are the order of the day. I, wholeheartedly, want to change that.
Applaud the Fish for Swimming – The Importance of Giving Positive Feedback and Constructive Criticism
It only takes a few minutes to say “Well done, I was particularly impressed by…” but it goes a very long way.
My only concern is that in 2019, the European standard of beauty is still considered, not only superior but the norm, in African society and anyone who does not adopt it, is required to justify that choice.
Being Ndapewoshali on 99fm
Here’s a short write-up about me if you’re interested in the person behind the words. I’ll also be contributing to the website regularly. Here https://99fm.com.na/being-ndapewoshali-ndahafa-ashipala/
You Were One of Us
Every time I see a picture of the culprit smiling in the paper, I almost want to shout: “But you are one of us! How could you do this?”
Mice in Hospital Not Shocking
*Published in the Letters section of The Namibian Newspaper, Friday 08 July 2016 http://www.namibian.com.na/Mice-in-Hospital-not-Shocking/42730/read Dear Editor I’m writing this letter in response to an article published in your paper on Tuesday 05th July 2016 titled “Mice become regulars at Katutura hospital”. Ever since I can remember there have been constant reports in all forms of…
“I’m not my brother’s keeper.” I beg to differ.
We live in an age where we rely on social media to tell us how people are doing. Let’s be honest; we have all sat down with friends and spent the majority of the time on our phones posing for photographs, finding the perfect caption and posting. After that, we monitor how many “likes” the photograph has received, WHO liked it and how quickly they didn’t like it and more often than not, who DIDN’T like it.
It takes a special type of evil.
Recently, I attended a beauty contest. One of the contestants was asked a question about how to curb rape and violence towards women. Her response started with how women should dress more modestly; wear less revealing clothes etc. My blood began to boil.
Luxury Does Not Attract Respect
I find myself worried about the current financial state and future of the Namibian people.