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)
Anti-Racism Week a platform to recommit to tackling racism launched Anti-Racism Week (March 14-21), which calls on South Africans to pledge to #Become is the theme . Mr. Aaron Maselwane, a task team member of the Anti-Racism Network South Africa. Gave us an overview of the activities and the theme .Carol Mohlala spokesperson from Lawyers for Human Rights explained the legalities of this
This generation is particularly in trouble because jobs are scarce and many of us will be stuck doing jobs we hate just because we need money. Although this may be the right move for our careers now, this shouldn’t be something we do for the rest of our lives. it is best we search for something we are passionate about. Here are the 10 reasons why you should follow your passion and not the money. Working for money may seem like good enough motivation for one to keep at their career
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.