Bua Le Mmino

Motsweding FM  |  Tswana  |  Podcast, ±24 min episodes every 5 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)
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Thursday’s announcement that General Motors will be pulling out of the South African market marked the end of an era of a long and rich manufacturing history that dates all the way back to 1926, while handing its Port Elizabeth-based manufacturing operations over to Isuzu Motors. This exist comes with very major implications for employees, existing vehicle owners and potential buyers.
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APR
Grains specialist under supply and demand National Agricultural Marketing He told us the procedure to follow when one wants to venture into agribusiness the challenges faced by these entrepreneurs .He also gave his opinion with regards to blacks not showing interest in commercial farming Audio Inserts of a poultry farmer and his challenges was played
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APR
He informed on what companies before doing an advert with regards to advert strategy and target audience.He explained how markets are being identified and classified and also explained what makes our station a good marketing tool .
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APR
Anastacia Maimane –Short term insurance Ombudsman Advocate Rasikhalela –Legal aspect In an accident instance what does the insurance can dispute paying The person whom bumped on me ,if they don’t have money how do I insure they finally pay me my money if I had paid access
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APR
SIM-swap victim feels betrayed by FNB, MTN Dozens of cellphone users hit by SIM-swap scam Thousands of rands lost in ‘FNB, MTN scam’ Local bank customers must pay closer attention to their mobile security, the South African Bank Information Centre said on Thursday. We spoke to Ntshiki Maluleke from SABRIC and opened lines for listeners to share exoerience
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APR
Tumelo Seaketso gave us an overview of millennia’s and their behavioral patterns thereof Millennials indicate they’re less likely to leave the security of their jobs, more concerned about uncertainty arising from conflict, and not optimistic about the directions their countries are going. The findings were revealed through a survey of nearly 8 000 millennials from 30 countries