Bua Le Mmino

Motsweding FM  |  Tswana  |  Podcast, ±26 min episodes every 6 days
Bua le Mmino seeks to encourage easy, laid back office listening. The show mostly targets office executives, addressing their day to day challenges, equipping those entering the job market with “surviving the workplace” skills and helping those at home find work (addressing unemployment). The show has a monstrous task to educate and inform local audiences of the “gaan-an’s” in their backyard (reflecting South Africa to South Africans) and providing them with a glimpse of what is taking place in the world (Reflecting the World to South Africans)
12
JAN
It is time to go back to work and contribute to the growth of the society as well as your own personal growth. Going back to work can be a challenge after a restful or fun-filled holiday season. Gaoganediwe Baloyi gave us an overview on how best employees can prepare themselves for going back to work.
11
JAN
This global trend is growing rapidly, and while the implementation in Africa may still be a way off, it cannot be ignored. Augmented reality allows brands to optimize customers' experiences by bridging the gap between the digital and real world, creating endless possibilities for businesses to engage better with their consumers. Digital content can be added to physical objects, such as print ads or in-store displays, to provide
09
JAN
The commission has received nearly a dozen complaints from parents forced by schools to buy uniforms from selected suppliers. The Competition Commission is poised to get tough on South Africa's school uniform monopolies, which force parents to cough up thousands of rands for new school kit even though similar items can usually be bought elsewhere at a fraction of the cost. We asked Itumeleng Lesofe from Competiton Commision to unpack the report as per the commission investigations and how parents can ensure they report the monopoly and the schools thereof.This topic had a positive and high influx from listeners
29
DEC
2016
We spoke to Fezekile Futhwa whom wrote a book called Setho: Afrikan Thought & Belief System is a description of the indigenous belief system of Bantu people and its origins. It discusses Ubuntu as a value system embedded within Setho. It then looks at the various indigenous knowledge systems of the Bantu, in particular the Basotho. Indigenous systems such as cosmology and the weather are briefly looked at.
15
DEC
2016
Ka 2015, ke ne ka tswa letsholo le go etela metsesetoropo ya Tlhabane (Rustenburg), Jouberton (Klerksdorp) le Ikageng (Potchefstroom) go kokoanya datha ya "Tsotsitaal" e e buiwang ke Batswana ba kwa Bokone Bophirima. Porojeke e, ke e tshwaraganetse le Dr Ellen Hurst (UCT) yo o itsegeng thata ka "Tsotsitaal ya Sethosa sa kwa Motsekapa" mme re ne ra thusiwa ka matlole ke ba ga NRF (National Research Foundation).
23
NOV
2016
We talked to Tshepo Moloi whom gave us an overview how this app is assisting stokvel clubs with their financial administration and also what inspired him to form this app.he also informed us how it works and the advantages of familiarising a club with it
16
NOV
2016
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2016 The Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) is an inter-disciplinary gathering of start-up champions from more than 150 countries and attracts over 4000 delegates. These delegates represent distinct components of their entrepreneurial ecosystems and are focused on how best to help entrepreneurs start and scale new companies we spoke to Tshepo Tsotsotso whom gave us an overview of what is being discussed at the congress and how it benefits entrepreneurs.We also spoke to Kabelo Ncholo as an entrepreneur whom was part of the activities of the congress