Progressive Talk with Nghamula Chauke

CAPRICORN FM  |  Podcast , ±23 min episodes every 1 week, 1 day  | 
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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Mayor Merriam Molala from Lepelle Nkumpi Municipality on #ProgressiveTalk

Lepell Nkumpi which is one of four local municipalities within the Capricorn District Municipality presents their draft Integrated Development Plan and budget for the year 2020 and 2021 .Part of the presentation included among other things the community development priorities which were identified by community members during ward consultation meetings. Mayor; Counsellor Merriam Molala presents the draft IDP to residents of the municipality on Progressive Talk .

South African Insurance Association's Kgomotso Modimoeng-Hollo on #ProgressiveTalk

We will be speaking to South African Insurance Association’s Kgomotso Modimoeng-Hollo looking at Managing Credit and Payment Holidays” especially in relation to impact of Covid and when obtaining credit, whether it is a home, personal loan, credit card or an overdraft, which steps to take to manage the use thereof wisely and responsibly. That includes knowing your credit agreement terms, making sure that you choose the best payment option, making timely payments and paying more than the minimum whenever possible.

Health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba on # ProgressiveTalk

We are having a Conversation with Health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba On preparing the community members and individuals for Covid-19 surge.100 days since detection of the first case, lessons learned and what we can do to prepare ourselves for the worst. On the panel we have Dr Vongani Mthambi-Virologist (National Health Laboratory Services) Dr Abey Lekoloana-Public Health Specialist and Acting chief Director HAST (Provincial Office) Dr Pheto Mangena-Nephrologist and Clinical Head Internal Medicine(Pietersburg Hospital)

Department of Justice and Constitutional Development spokesperson Chrispin Phiri on # ProgrssiveTalk

Application for financial assistance to study for the victims of apartheid, their qualifying relatives and dependents are now open. However, according to the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, qualifying victims must have been declared as such by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission .The department explained that the regulations relating to assistance of victims, in respect of basic education and higher education and training, came into operation on 7 November 2014, providing for assistance to qualifying TRC victims and their qualifying relatives and dependents.

A panel of youths that have made strides in their own right on # Progressive Talk

Progressive Talk has invited a panel of youths that have made strides in their own right to engage on what it took for them to find success in what they do and also what youth month means to them in this day and age. Commemorating this day on the second hour of the show we will be speaking to spokesperson for Vhembe Chamber of commerce Basil Mabasa. Tlangi Mogale who is an entrepreneur and an activist and a young farmer Rabelani Mamangwa.

South African Insurance Association's Mosidi Shomang on #Progressive Talk

The government of South Africa has recently eased the restriction of lockdown and moved the country to level 3. This meant that more businesses could re-open and start operating. However, there are a number of businesses that are still prohibited from operating. Even though the country is being moved to level 3, most policyholders are still facing the financial challenges and impact brought about by the total lockdown which caused many to go without salaries or reduced earning. Policyholders are continuously looking at cutting expenses to be able to survive and restructuring their spending patterns. Policyholders may consider reducing their spending on insurance premiums, like all other expenses.South African Insurance Association's Mosidi Shomang engages with us on how to manage your insurance during lockdown and the financial impact caused by the lockdown.

MEC for the department of Education in Limpopo Polly Boshielo on #PregressiveTalk

Over one million Grade 7 and 12 pupils were to return to school as the Basic Education Department prepares to catch up after more than two months of no schooling due to the lockdown. Teacher unions, school governing bodies and other stakeholders have finally given the department the green light following concerns over the state of readiness.The department says it used last week to improve its mop-up operations to ensure that learners and staff remain safe.

Advocate Sidwell Sikhwari on #ProgressiveTalk

The Pretoria High Court has declared the regulations promulgated for COVID-19 lockdown levels four and three as unconstitutional and invalid. Reyno Dawid de Beer and Liberty Fighters Network challenged the regulations as set by Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, arguing that they encroached on and limited their rights as contained in the Bill of Rights in the Constitution

NYDA CEO Waseem Carrim on #ProgressiveTalk

On 1 June 2020, Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities and its agency, the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) in partnership with the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture will hosted the virtual launch of Youth Month. This year and for the first time, the Youth Month will not be celebrated with youth gathered together in large numbers due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has resulted in the National Days being commemorated virtually. The year 2020 marks 44 years since the June 16 uprising that saw a shift in the country’s youth activism and power. The year 2020 also marks 30 years since the release of Former President Nelson Mandela.

Advocate Sandra Makwasha on # ProgressiveTalk

An internal South African National Defence Force (SANDF) inquiry has found the death of Alexandra resident Collins Khosa was not caused by the four accused soldiers. The findings of the inquiry were attached to an affidavit filed in the High Court in Pretoria by the SANDF’s legal adviser. However, in a recent judgment, the court ruled in favor of Khosa’s family who claimed that he was assaulted by the army during the lockdown. We engage with legal expert who is taking us through this matter.

South African Insurance Association's Mosidi Shomang on # Progressive Talk

South African Insurance Association's Mosidi Shomang takes us through House Content Cover which within the insurance industry companies provide different covers, extensions, exclusions, and conditions,where policyholders are encouraged to check their individual policies and confirm what is applicable in their specific insurance contract.

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