Keeping it WILD is making sound waves.

Two years after buying my first mic in an attempt to start a podcast we finally launched Keeping it WILD a podcast about adventure, conservation and sustainability.

I have been incredibly lucky to connect with some incredible people over the years, from adventurers that have climbed Mt Everest or are currently cycling around the world to activists and conservation experts getting their hands dirty protecting wild spaces. The idea of launching a podcast is to share these inspiring and diverse stories with a great audience.

Making a podcast is a science.
Two years of trial and error, lots of research and fine tuning, we are ready and I couldn’t be prouder.

Yip, the first episode with Dom ranked 32 on Spotify in the first week and the feedback has been incredible.

The secret was partnering with Telltale Media, the best podcast team in South Africa, I might be bias because Neil Liddell is a good friend but do yourself a favour and listen to the quality and narration of this podcast.

Keeping it WILD launched on 1 April 2022 featuring Dom de Jesus in our first episode. Dom came up with the idea to run the West Coast to see the impact of the mining along the coast. Originally it was going to be a solo run, but quickly gained momentum and interest and an army of runners joined him, creating a huge amount of awareness, assisting in a protest and raising funds and support for the organisations on the ground fighting to protect the coast and local communities. #RunWest
His story is wild and inspiring.

Episode 2 features Sibusiso Vilane, the first Black African to climb Mt Everest, not once but twice. I met Sibusiso at an Emperor Asset Management event years ago and was blown away by his story, since then I have lined up next to him at numerous events including Comrades and Otter trail run.

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