Progressive Talk with Nghamula Chauke

CAPRICORN FM  |  Podcast , ±20 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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Journalists discussing freedom of the Press

Local Journalists in Limpopo Mashudu Sadike and Lucas Styles Ledwaba told Nghamula Chauke that despite having a passion for journalism, there are times when they still struggle to make ends meet especially now during the Covid-19 pandemic which saw a lot of Journalists losing their jobs due to the closure of many publications. They also spoke about challenges of objectivity in terms of reporting especially when a media house depends on government or private sectors for funding.

The Modjadji Royal Council defends its decision of appointing a male leader

The decision by the Modjadji Royal Family to appoint Prince Lekukela Modjadji as the new King of Balobedu has been received with mixed reactions. Speaking to Nghamula Chauke, the Royal family Spokesperson Phetole Mampeule said this decision was taken by the Royal council because Queen-Elect Masalanabo Modjadji is not prepared to lead the Balobedu nation. Still on this, Historian Professor Sekgothe Mokgoatsana said it was the duty of the Royal council to ensure that Masalanabo is well prepared and ready to lead the Balobedu.

Prof.Ndletyana discussing Ace Magashule's suspension#ProgressiveTalk

The ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule has been suspended from the party and will no longer be allowed to carry out his duties as the party’s SG or be allowed to make public pronouncements on its behalf. Speaking to Nghamula Chauke, Political Analyst Professor Mcebisi Ndletyana mentione that this is a good move by the ANC and it will make room for the party to be united and in future this will be easy for the party to fight corruption.

EFF Limpopo leader talks about the party's march to ZZ2 farms#ProgressiveTalk

The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters in Limpopo Jossey Buthane vows to continue fighting for workers's rights at the ZZ2 farms. Buthane told Nghamula Chauke that the owners of the ZZ2 farms at Mooketsi are exploiting workers and the government of the day is not willing to step in and assist these farm workers. Buthane said the owners of the farms, have on numerous occassions failed to meet with the residents of Mooketsi, farm workers and the EFF. He said the EFF will not back down until the workers are free from the abuse of their employer.

Young People Commemorating Freedom Day#ProgressiveTalk

Young people who took part in the CapricornFM Progressive Talk debate are saying there is a lot that still needs to be done in terms of quality service delivery and free education. Although they admit that not all is gloomy, they told the Host for the day Thabo Sebashe that it will take years and hard work for the country to attain real Freedom. The debate was held under the theme: 27 Years later, is this the South Africa we envisioned?

Discussing Children in conflict with the law#ProgressiveTalk

Social Worker Zamani Manganyi from Department of Social Development’s Polokwane Secure Centre says there are secure centres that are formerly known as juvenile centres where children who are in conflict with the law are kept. He says the kind of services offered in secure care centres are therapeutic psycho-social services, educational and vocational services. This discussion comes after the recent bullying incident involving learners at Mbilwi High school and this resulted in the death of one learner Lufuno Mavhunga who allegedly committed suicide. A 14 year old girl has since been arrested. Manganyi spoke to the show Host Nghamula Chauke.

ANC Limpopo Secretary talks about Step-aside list with Nghamula Chauke#ProgressiveTalk

ANC Limpopo Secretary Soviet Lekganyane said the ANC in the province has complied with requirements of the National Executive Committee of the ANC around the submission of the step-aside list of the names of people who are criminally charged. Last month, the party President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the NEC had given those who are charged with corruption 30 days to step aside from their positions or face suspension.

Tshiamo Maseko Poisson in conversation with Nghamula Chauke about Mozambique attacks#ProgressiveTalk

The seizure of Mozambique's key port of Palma by jihadist militants has marked an unprecedented turning point in this conflict impacting southern Africa. Reports are saying even with reinforcements in the form of Russian and South African soldiers, the Mozambican armed forces seem powerless and incapable of holding back the advance of jihadist fighters from al-Shabab. Nghamula Chauke spoke to South African born Tshiamo Maseko-Poisson whose organisation, Raising Voices For Cabo Delgado is helping victims of this disaster.

Gideon Mahlangu with Nghamula Chauke discussing the legacy of Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu #ProgressiveTalk

DESCRIPTION: The family of struggle activist Solomon Mahlangu is calling for the re-opening of an investigation into his death. Mahlangu was hanged on the 6th of April 1979, he was 22 at the time. Family Spokesperson Gideon Mahlangu spoke to Nghamula Chauke about the pain the family is still feeling and hopes that investigations will be conducted so that the Mahlangu family can get closure on the death of their son.

Political Analyst Lukhona Mnguni with Nghamula Chauke discussing issues relating to protests by students#ProgressiveTalk

Student leaders in various institutions of higher learning have vowed not to back down from protesting until their demands are met by the Department of Higher Education. They want, amongst other things the historical debts to be scrapped and access to free, decolonised education for all. Political Analyst Lukhona Mnguni discussed this matter with Nghamula Chauke on Capricorn FM Progressive Talk.

Limpopo Provincial Secretary of NEHAWU, Jacob Adams on #ProgressiveTalk

Labour unions in the public health sector in Limpopo have dismissed allegations by the head of the department, Dr Thokozile Mhlongo that their imminent strike against the implementation of circular 43 is illegal. This after Mhlongo cautioned healthcare workers during a media briefing on Monday that their salaries will be deducted if they participate as the strike is illegal. The unions indicated their determination to go ahead with the strike if the department is not withdrawing circular 43 of 2020, and circular 04 of 2021.

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