Progressive Talk with Nghamula Chauke

CAPRICORN FM  |  Podcast , ±22 min episodes every 4 days  | 
Nghamula Chauke pulls no punches! Nghamula Chauke brings you unfiltered discussions of the main issues affecting the province and beyond. His strong views, genuine curiosity and a critical mind see him head Limpopo's most engaging talk show, weekdays between 6 pm and 8 pm.
The show is a potent mixture of politics, hard news, business and social issues of national interest. No room for propaganda!! He tells it as it is; and is fact driven. Tune in for Nghamula display of a critical mind, interesting perspectives and impeccable understanding of politics.

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03
DEC

Nedbank's Lindiwe Bucibo on #ProgressiveTalk

The South African banking sector aims to make basic banking services accessible to everyone. Despite this, there are still are many people who are unbanked. Nedbank is offering this financial literacy & education platform to develop people’s financial literacy skills and by encouraging them to change their money habits improve their financial well-being. Today is the last session of the financial literacy and education discussions. For this last session we are going to take a deeper look at How to bank safely digitally over the festive period.
02
DEC

Advocate Omashani Naidoo on #ProgressiveTalk

The 16 days of activism campaign brings into focus the challenges that the country faces in fighting the scourge of gender based violence. While the campaign focuses on women and children, gender based violence is broader. There has been instances when the country's justice system has been criticise for its handling of gender based violence cases. So legally speaking, how does the National Prosecuting Authority prosecute GBV cases, what are the reliable instruments.
01
DEC

Health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba on #ProgressiveTalk

Limpopo MEC for Health Dr Phophi Ramathuba says a lot of people are reluctant to take an HIV test because of the stigma attached to the virus. Ramathuba was speaking during the World Aids Day commemoration at the Makhado Airforce Base in Louis Trichardt earlier today
26
NOV

Nedbank's Nathi Ngidi on #ProgressiveTalk

The South African banking sector aims to make basic banking services accessible to everyone. Despite this, there are still are many people who are unbanked. Nedbank is offering this financial literacy & education platform to develop people’s financial literacy skills and by encouraging them to change their money habits improve their financial well-being. There have been a series of such discussions on this radio programme and we do encourage you to stay tuned-in every week. So today we take a deeper look at How to bank safely digitally. We speak to Nathi Ngidi
25
NOV

Professor Tshilidzi Marwala on #ProgressiveTalk

We profile and celebrate the journey of Professor Tshilidzi Marwala who is a South African mechanical engineer and computer scientist. He was appointed Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Johannesburg in 2018 till to date . He was previously the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research and Internationalization as well as the Dean of Engineering at the University of Johannesburg, a Professor of Electrical Engineering, the Carl and Emily Fuchs Chair of Systems and Control Engineering as well as the sarchi[1] Chair of Systems Engineering at the University of the Witwatersrand
24
NOV

Deputy minister in the presidency Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize on #ProgressiveTalk

Government has reiterated its commitment to focus on women’s economic empowerment initiatives in an effort to ensure they fully assume their rightful place in the economy and society. Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, said as a country, we have made a commitment to earmark 40% preferential procurement to women-owned businesses nationally. We speak to deputy minister in the presidency Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize
23
NOV

Political analyst Prince Mashele on #ProgressiveTalk

According to Political analyst Prince Mashele, other than Jacob Zuma’s walkout from the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture, the most dramatic event that unfolded last week was the suspense caused by the threat of blackout made by protesting SABC employees. Mashlele says the most interesting player in this whole saga is the ANC, which now opportunistically positions itself behind the workers who are fighting retrenchments
18
NOV

Kganki Matabane on #ProgressiveTalk

We look at the success story the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the Black Business Council who was actually born here in Limpop, Kganki Matabane. Kganki Matabana is currently the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the Black Business Council, an umbrella body of black business in South Africa
16
NOV

Advocate Sydwell Sikhwari on #Progressive Talk

The Pretoria Magistrate’s court has issued a warrant of arrest and revoked fugitive pastor Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary’s R200 000 bail each on Monday. Government earlier said they had established that the Bushiris did not leave the country through any of the ports into/out of South Africa. On the other hand, former President Jacob Zuma’s lawyer Muzi Sikhakhane says the test regarding bias on the part of a judge must be that a reasonable person can believe that they will receive a fair trial. Sikhakhane was making arguments in Zuma’s application to have Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo recuse himself from hearing Zuma’s testimony

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