Welcome to FUTURE MEDIA – home of some of the largest and most successful radio stations in the country. Established on 01st May 2019, Namibia Future Media Holdings (Pty) LTD is a future driven, multi-media business and holding company of the well-known, established and award-winning Namibian radio stations Radiowave, Omulunga Radio, Fresh FM and Nova 103.5.

Radiowave is unarguably the dominant commercial radio station in Namibia featuring some of the country’s best-loved radio personalities.

Omulunga Radio is by a long measure Namibia’s most listened to commercial radio station.

Fresh FM is the heartbeat of our affluent, educated and young nation, striving for growth, identity and a bright future.

Our youngest radio station Nova 103.5, aims to make people feel better by playing the best songs from the last 40 years, and encourages listeners to play a part in the rich tapestry of its diverse playlist.

With a combined audience of over 600,000 listeners, reaching around 40% of the Namibian population – you know you can trust us to connect YOUR brand.

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From Japan to Zambia, the push for paid menstrual leave

From Japan to Zambia, the push for paid menstrual leave

Many women have painful periods, but only a handful of countries, largely in Asia and most recently Spain, have moved to give them time off work to recover. Here is a tour of some of them ahead of World Menstrual Hygiene Day on May 28. - Spain - Spain has become the...

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Haven’t had COVID yet? It could be more than just luck

Haven’t had COVID yet? It could be more than just luck

Lindsay Broadbent, Queen's University Belfast We all know a few of those lucky people who, somehow, have managed to avoid ever catching COVID. Perhaps you’re one of them. Is this a Marvel-esque superpower? Is there any scientific reason why a person might be resistant...

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Tedros, from ‘child of war’ to two-term WHO chief

Tedros, from ‘child of war’ to two-term WHO chief

By Agnès PEDRERO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is all but guaranteed to secure a second term as WHO chief Tuesday, describes himself as a man of peace, shaped by a childhood in war. The first African to head the World Health Organization and the sole candidate on...

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