Progressive Talk with Nghamula Chauke

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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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Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation promises to resolve water woes in the Vhembe region#ProgressiveTalk

The Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation Dikeledi Magadzi has promised the people of Vhembe region that their water woes will soon come to an end, she made this promise during her recent visit to Kutama Sinthumule water project which has been going for over 5 years without completion. She told Nghamula Chauke that they expect to have a contractor onsite by the first week of October.

SAHPRA approves the use of Pfizer vaccine for children from the age of 12#ProgressiveTalk

The South African Product Health Regulatory Authority has approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine for children from the age of 12. SAHPRA CEO Boitumelo Semete said the regulator's decision came after a review of updated safety and efficacy information submitted in March this year. Nghamula Chauke spoke to Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research & Innovation University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Professor Mosa Moshabela for a reaction.

Compensation fund aims to empower previously employed person who are now disabled#ProgressiveTalk

The Compensation Fund’s Assistant Director Vocational Rehabilitation Ntsoadi Mafa had a conversation with Nghamula Chauke about plans to empower previously employed persons who suffered occupational injuries or diseases which led to permanent disablement. He said Compensation Fund is inviting them as well as dependents of COID pensioners and dependents of COID clients with a permanent disablement, to apply for the Social Welfare and Vocational Rehabilitation Bursary Scheme for 2022 academic year.

Discussion on the amended IEC election timetable#ProgressiveTalk

The Independent Electoral Commission has amended its elections timetable and will reopen the councillor candidate list submittion process for the local government elections. Some opposition parties have decided to legally oppose this decision by the IEC. Nghamula Chauke had a discussion with IEC Limpopo Electoral Officer Nkaro Mateta and Legal Expert Mpumelelo Zikalala about these latest developments.

Policyholders Protection rules by SAIA#ProgressiveTalk

The South African Insurance Associations says there are a set of rules that are designed to ensure that policyholder’s or potential policyholder’s interests are protected when transacting with the non-life or short-term insurance products. SAIA's Mosidi Shomang says the rules detail how insurance company should treat policyholders, product design and rights that policyholders have when purchasing and these rules are legislated as part of the Short-term Insurance Act No: 53 of 1998 under section 55.

MEC Phophi Ramathuba says they cannot legally ban unvaccinated people from buying alcohol#ProgressiveTalk

The Limpopo MEC for the health department, Dr Phophi Ramathuba says they are engaging liquor retailers in the province to work together in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. She says their move is from the realization that the liquor and entertainment industries are the first ones to be impacted by lockdowns. Dr Phophi Ramathuba told Nghamula Chauke that they want the industry to help them but there are no laws to enforce a ban of sale of alcohol to unvaccinated customers.

Former Lepelle Northern Water board CEO disputes claims of a turnaround#ProgressiveTalk

The former CEO of the Lepelle Nothern Water Board Phineas Legodi has disputed claims by the new chairperson of Lepelle Northern Water Board Dr Ndweleni Mphephu that the new board has already achieved a clean audit as an indication of the board already turning things around. Speaking to Nghamula Chauke, Legodi said credit should be given to the board he reported to and this audit outcome is a result of their hardwork.

Limpopo Proggresive Women Movement wants a female for Polokwane Executive Mayor#ProgressiveTalk

Limpopo Progressive Women Movement is calling for the ANC Provincial Executive Committe to give a chance to a politically capable woman to be at the helm of the Polokwane Municipality. The Co-ordinator of the movement Nomonde Sivhabu told Nghamula Chauke that they are unhappy with talks that the ANC Peter Mokaba region is pushing for a man to take over the reins at the municipality, to replace the redeployed former Executive Mayor Thembi Simelane-Nkadimeng.

Socio-Economic Rights Institute demands justice for families of Marikana victims#ProgressiveTalk

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute says it is disappointed in the manner in which the government is treating the families of the Marikana massacre victims. The institute says 9 years later, the government has failed to reach out to the families where the widows of the men who were murdered are still living in abject poverty. SERI Candidate Attorney Khuselwa Dyantyi spoke to Nghamula Chauke regarding the commemorations of the Marikana massacre and this is what she had to say.

Political Analyst reflects on the life of Charlotte Mannya Maxeke#ProgressiveTalk

Political Analyst Professor Tinyiko Maluleke says little has been done by the government to honor and celebrate the legacy of Charlotte Mannya Maxeke who was the first black woman in South Africa to graduate with a university degree. Prof Maluleke says there are no T-shirts that bears Maxeke's face yet even in death she continues to inspire hope and confidence in the lives of many people, in particular black women. Maluleke was in conversation with Nghamula Chauke regarding the Women's Day celebrations.

Constitutional Law Expert encourages the youth to learn more about legal matters#ProgressiveTalk

Constitutional Law Expert and Author Lwando Xaso spoke to Nghamula Chauke abut the importance of understanding matters pertaining to the constitution and how the law works. She said she is embarrassed by young people’s views on legal matters and most of them were exposed during that time when the Constitutional Court imposed a 15-month prison sentence on Former President Jacob Zuma for the contempt of court.

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