Best Namibia podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Ufahamu Africa
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Ufahamu Africa is a podcast hosted by Kim Yi Dionne and Rachel Beatty Riedl, professors of African politics at UC Riverside and Northwestern University, respectively. Each episode features an in-depth conversation with a thinker, maker, or innovator. New episodes are released every Saturday.
 
I Studied abroad and absolutely loved it so I decided to make a podcast that helps students do the same.
 
Home of Tokyo based nature and wildlife photographer, Capture One Ambassador and X-Rite Colorrati member Martin Bailey. A pioneering podcaster and blogger we share weekly photography inspiration, details of international tours & workshops, and other products and services.
 
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Banter for All
Monthly+
 
...spreading the joy of conversation.
 
80 Days is a podcast dedicated to exploring little-known countries, territories settlements and cities around the world. We're part history podcast, part geography podcast and part ramble.Each episode, we'll land in a new locale and spend some time discussing the history, geography, culture, sport, religion, industry, pastimes and music of our new location.More details on www.80dayspodcast.com, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @80dayspodcast | Support us on www.patreon.com/80dayspodcast
 
Listen to “The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network on 910 AM The Superstation WFDF in Detroit on Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST with host Michael Imhotep. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at (313) 778-7600. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen to The African History Network Show with Michael Imhotep, Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST on 910 AM in Detroit or around the world online at www.910AMSuperstation.com or by downloading the 910AM App to y ...
 
"Womanity - Women in Unity" is a weekly programme produced by Dr Amaleya Goneos- Malka. The programme celebrates prominent and ordinary African women's achievements towards self-emancipation, human rights, and democracy. It also deals with social ills, such as, racism, socio-economic class division, and gender based violence.
 
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Good Things Guy
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The Good Things Guy is on a mission to change what the world pays attention to. Brent Lindeque believes there's good news all around us & the 100's of stories he receives every day are his proof. Brent spends his time hunting down & reporting on the best Good News stories from South Africa, and the world. In Good Things Guy, you'll meet these everyday heroes & hear their incredible stories!
 
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Good Things Guy
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The Good Things Guy is on a mission to change what the world pays attention to. Brent Lindeque believes there's good news all around us & the 100's of stories he receives every day are his proof. Brent spends his time hunting down & reporting on the best Good News stories from South Africa, and the world. In Good Things Guy, you'll meet these everyday heroes & hear their incredible stories!
 
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In this article, we conclude my review of the EOS R, Canon's first full-frame sensor mirrorless camera, having used it for four weeks in the field. Source: Martin Bailey Photography The post Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera Review Part 2 (Podcast 651) appeared first on Martin Bailey Photography.By Martin Bailey.
 
Nigeria’s elections have been postponed, but that didn’t keep us from sharing our insightful conversation with Nicholas Kerr (@nnkerr) this week. Nicholas is an assistant professor of comparative politics in the Department of Political Science at the University of Florida. We talk about his research on electoral management bodies in Africa and ...…
 
In this article, I share my thoughts on the EOS R, Canon's first full-frame sensor mirrorless camera offering having used it in the field for 4 weeks. Source: Martin Bailey Photography The post Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera Review Part 1 (Podcast 650) appeared first on Martin Bailey Photography.By Martin Bailey.
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Dr. Alicia Girón the Coordinator of the University Program for Asian and African Studies from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. We talk about women and financialisation, encompassing aspects of empowerment, entrepreneurship and access to finan ...…
 
“When I have kids, it is literally going to be mandatory for them to study abroad.” — Luke Bambrick "A once in a lifetime opportunity within a once in a lifetime opportunity" is how I'd describe the start of Luke Bambrick's summer trip to London. Why? Because he was actually able to attend the Prince Harry and Meghan Markel's wedding festivitie ...…
 
JacPod — Two women left their jobs, sold their homes, moved in with their parents and worked for four years to make a film about Rhino Poaching… and the documentary keeps winning incredible international accolades! Bonné de Bod and director Susan Scott risked their lives, placing themselves in incredible danger to document the war on rhino poac ...…
 
JacPod — Two women left their jobs, sold their homes, moved in with their parents and worked for four years to make a film about Rhino Poaching… and the documentary keeps winning incredible international accolades! Bonné de Bod and director Susan Scott risked their lives, placing themselves in incredible danger to document the war on rhino poac ...…
 
“It will put you out of your comfort zone, and that might be hard, but it will definitely be worth it.” — Meghan Haddy Meghan Haddy is the first student on the show who studied abroad in Greece. I'm surprised more people don't study abroad here given the climate, exchange rate, and available cuisine. In my opinion, Greece is the world's best ke ...…
 
This week’s episode opens with a conversation about increasing authoritarianism in Tanzania, the shutdown of an independent newspaper’s website in Uganda, fake news ahead of the Nigerian elections, and more. For this week’s conversation, Rachel spoke with Dr. Anta Sané and Dr. Ndongo Samba Sylla about the upcoming elections in Senegal. Dr. Anta ...…
 
Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show on 910 AM WFDF Detroit on the 2-3-19 edition discussed The Super Bowl LIII Controversy as Cardi B. stands behind Colin Kaepernick but Gladys Knight takes the Midnight Train to Georgia to perform the National Anthem. 2) Celebrities come out in support of Colin Kaepernick. 3) Virginia Gov. ...…
 
Michelle Andersen (First name IG, last name FB) was one of the most well spoken guests I've had on the show to date. She went on a journey to the southern part of Africa and was kind enough to take us along for the ride here, today. When you hear Namibia it probably doesn't register, but this southern African country has adventure written all o ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Noni “She Bee Stingin” Tenge who is a five time World Champion boxer. Noni was part of a group of five women that pioneered female boxing in South Africa, whose activism succeeded to change the Boxing Act and permit women to box in this country. She share ...…
 
Before we started the interview I asked Maria what her major was. Then when we started the interview she told me what study abroad program she chose...you can hear my reaction and then Maria is like: "yeah, I know!" She truly found the perfect study abroad program, and I'm hoping that she can be an inspiration for you to do the same. In my opin ...…
 
JacPod — There are no words that have been invented to explain what it’s like to lose a child. The nightmarish heartache of it. The unexplainable trepidation that follows. The child may be gone, but the years the child were meant to live remain behind, solid in the mind like an aging ghost. There are no words. Natalie Beveridge is a mother who ...…
 
JacPod — There are no words that have been invented to explain what it’s like to lose a child. The nightmarish heartache of it. The unexplainable trepidation that follows. The child may be gone, but the years the child were meant to live remain behind, solid in the mind like an aging ghost. There are no words. Natalie Beveridge is a mother who ...…
 
In this post, we conclude our three-part series of travelogues to walk you through my 2019 Hokkaido Winter Landscape Photography Adventure Tour & Workshop. Source: Martin Bailey Photography The post Hokkaido Landscape Tour 2019 Travelogue 3 (Podcast 649) appeared first on Martin Bailey Photography.By Martin Bailey.
 
S03E08 Lesotho Audio In this episode of 80 Days: An Exploration Podcast, we’ll be talking about the Kingdom of Lesotho, previously the British Crown Colony of Basutoland. This small African country is entirely surrounded by South Africa, making it one of only three nations to be contained entirely within another country’s borders. Lesotho is al ...…
 
It’s Black History Month. We invite you to check out our Black History Month series and stay tuned for a special episode later this month. Our episode starts with what we’re reading and learning from the continent, including the premiere of a new feature film shot in Malawi, political developments in Uganda and Nigeria, and the U.S. imposing vi ...…
 
"I feel like I've grown so much in these past five months that I'm still me, just a better version" — Corey Miller Exercise science major, Corey Miller couldn't decide where to study abroad so she decided to study abroad everywhere. Yes, that is an option, and it comes in the form a ship. That ship is called the M.V. Odyssey, and it comes in th ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Bukiwe “the Anaconda” Nonina who is the current World Boxing Federation Champion of the Bantamweight division and also holds the title of best female boxer in South Africa. Bukiwe shares her passion for boxing and her exceptional family support system who ...…
 
If you're an archaeology major or are interested in multiple study abroad trips this interview with @oaklandu 's Lila Dedvukaj is the one for you. 1 year India --> Israel X3 --> China
 
Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show on 1-29-19 discussed, 'EMPIRE' Actor Jussie Smollet is hospitalized after being attacked in possible Racist, Anti-Gay attack. This is a very disturbing story and we'll follow up with new developments. #Empire #JussieSmollet #KamalaHarris #SurvivingRKelly E-mail us at CustomerService@Afric ...…
 
JacPod — Robby Kojetin is an ordinary guy with an extraordinary story. In 2006 Robby broke both ankles in a climbing accident, permanently damaging both ankles and putting him in a wheelchair for the longest year of his life. With crippling debt, severe depression and constant pain, Robby spiraled into an abyss of despair and hopelessness, with ...…
 
JacPod — Robby Kojetin is an ordinary guy with an extraordinary story. In 2006 Robby broke both ankles in a climbing accident, permanently damaging both ankles and putting him in a wheelchair for the longest year of his life. With crippling debt, severe depression and constant pain, Robby spiraled into an abyss of despair and hopelessness, with ...…
 
Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show on 910 AM Superstation WFDF on the 1-27-19 discussed: 1) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Republicans love to praise him while they work year round to dismantle his legacy. 2) Rev. William Barber III calls these Politicians out. 3) Trump’s Government Shutdown ended after 35 Days and Africans Am ...…
 
We rejoin my Hokkaido Winter Landscape Photography Tour in this post, picking up the trail as we reach the West coast of the island, for some beautiful seascapes, as we journey on to the northern-most point of Japan. Source: Martin Bailey Photography The post Hokkaido Landscape Tour 2019 Travelogue 2 (Podcast 648) appeared first on Martin Baile ...…
 
Marks' got his own podcast, and his experience shows in this one. The episode is perfect to send to your parents if you're thinking about studying abroad.
 
This week’s episode begins with conversation about the Congolese elections, Laurent Gbagbo’s acquittal in the International Criminal Court, and political jostling between the president and deputy president in Kenya. Our guest this week is Jaimie Bleck, an Associate Professor of Political Science and Faculty Fellow at the Kellogg Institute for I ...…
 
Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show on 1-25-19 discussed today's BREAKING NEWS of a Tentative Deal in Trump's Government Shutdown; Roger Stone, longtime adviser to Donald Trump was indicted in the Russia Investigation. Flights were delayed at 4 major airports due to the Shutdown. 14,000 IRS Workers didn't show up to work af ...…
 
Some people study abroad and they never really stop. Dalia Lourenço is a perfect example of this. She studied abroad 3 times and hasn't lived in her home country of Canada since. Spain, Russia, and London...plus many more countries after she got her MA. If you listen to this interview you will become more productive, I promise.…
 
Muggings, excursions, yoga classes, safaris, and more! If you're at all interested in Africa, social work, or an internship at a Magazine, this interview is definitely for you. Great work, thanks Maddie.
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Buhlebendalo Mda vocalist of award-winning South African a capella music group The Soil. Buhle cites the soundtrack of township life in Soweto - from mums and neighbours gossiping in kitchens, to commuters trundling in taxis and trains, to uncles clinking ...…
 
Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show on 1-23-19 discussed how Trump's Government Shutdown is helping to destroy some African American owned businesses. African American businesses make up 2% of U.S. Businesses but 11.7% of Federal Contractors. Many of these businesses are not being paid for services during the Shutdown. Afri ...…
 
Studying abroad is supposed to help you. It's supposed to help your career, your network, and it's supposed to make you a more well rounded individual. Megan Luedke is evidence of the system working. She learned, she laughed, and she got the experience of a lifetime during her academic year in Germany.…
 
In this post we start a travelogue series to walk you through my 2019 Hokkaido Landscape Photography Tour & Workshop, starting with the beautiful snow covered hills of Biei. Source: Martin Bailey Photography The post Hokkaido Landscape Tour 2019 Travelogue 1 (Podcast 647) appeared first on Martin Bailey Photography.…
 
This week’s episode begins with a discussion of protests and repression in Zimbabwe, the terror attack in Nairobi, Kenya, Senegal’s upcoming election, and the re-launch of the Africa Online Digital Library. Our guest this week is Beth Whitaker (@bethewhitaker), an associate professor of political science at the University of North Carolina Char ...…
 
Maintaining friendships you develop while abroad, a glimpse into the life of an international educator, great stories, and of course the food. It's all here in Ben's interview as he talks about his time in Germany and Copenhagen. Enjoy!
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Professor Dee Smythe, a Professor of Public Law and Deputy Dean for Research in the Law Faculty at the University of Cape Town about her work in the gender space. We speak about findings from her book, titled “Rape Unresolved”, which considers view points ...…
 
In this episode I share my personal top ten favorite images for 2018, with the backstory for each photograph. Source: Martin Bailey Photography The post Martin’s Top Ten Photos for 2018 (Podcast 646) appeared first on Martin Bailey Photography.By Martin Bailey.
 
Listen to the podcast of “The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep on 910 AM Superstation Detroit from Sunday, Jan. 13th, 2019, 9pm-11pm EST. 1) Dr. Claud Anderson, author of “PowerNomics” & “Black Labor, White Wealth” discusses “The Uniqueness and Exceptionality of Black People, The #UsTooMovement and his Pan-African Agenda”. 2) ...…
 
If you're thinking about Italy, or an extended time abroad this interview is definitely for you. Thank you so much, Amy!
 
Jeff Cary educates us on the Boren Awards, how you can receive one, and gives practical advice on how scholarships in general. He also discusses his time abroad in Jordan where he learned Arabic.
 
This week’s episode begins with discussion over the contested elections and recent result announcement in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and a coup attempt by junior military officers in Gabon. Our episode features a conversation with Matthew Page (@MatthewTPage), an associate fellow at Chatham House and formerly the U.S. intelligence commu ...…
 
If you're a business major looking to intern abroad, this interview is for you. Visit the post to watch Ryan's accompanying video he recorded while in Barcelona https://bit.ly/2SON8wL
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Parliamentarian and Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises Ms Lungi Mnganga-Gcabashe about some of the responsibilities in this role. She highlights a few core infrastructure projects that the energy and rail freight sectors are unde ...…
 
Anyone working in international education probably studied abroad at one point or another, and Andria is no exception. She tells about her time in Seville, Japan, and graduate school. Great insight here from the education abroad coordinator at UW - Stout.
 
“The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep on 910 AM Superstation WFDF Detroit from Sunday, Jan. 6th, 2019, 9pm-11pm EST. 1) #JazmineBarnes killing suspects caught and they aren’t White. 2) Surviving R. Kelly: If the girls were White girls he would be in Prison right now. #SurvivingRKelly 3) Trump’s Government Shutdown enters a 3rd ...…
 
Having just finished preparing to start a new year and selected my top ten favorite images for 2018, in this post, I share some workflow tips and my thoughts of the process. Source: Martin Bailey Photography The post Yearly Top Ten Selection Process 2018 (Podcast 645) appeared first on Martin Bailey Photography.…
 
We begin this week’s episode with a conversation about elections slated for 2019, and important developments in the elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We also talk about current protests in Senegal and Sudan, which suits our conversation with this week’s guest, Lisa Mueller, an assistant professor of political science at Macalester ...…
 
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