Progressive Talk with Nghamula Chauke

CAPRICORN FM  |  Podcast , ±23 min episodes every 5 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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28
OCT

Deputy secretary general of the ANC, Jessie Duarte on #ProgressiveTalk

The deputy secretary general of the ANC, Jessie Duarte, says the appointment of a woman as chief justice to the highest court of our country would send a signal to every facet of our criminal justice system that the cases and the cause of women, especially those as survivors of some of the most horrendous crimes our country has seen, must be taken seriously and handled efficiently.
22
OCT

Limpopo police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo on# ProgressiveTalk

Five suspects including the husband of a businesswoman, who was shot and killed execution-style in Polokwane in Limpopo two weeks ago, have been arrested in different parts of Gauteng.Forty-six-year-old Makoena Mabusela-Leshabane and 35-year-old Tebogo Mphuti were shot while they were in a luxury car at an industrial site. They were viewing business properties. Police Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo says the 56-year-old husband was arrested in hospital where he was admitted after he allegedly drank poison.
21
OCT

Premier Stan Mathabatha on #ProgressiveTalk

Limpopo Premier Mr. Chupu Matabatha says that he is deeply saddened by the ongoing killings of people, including killing of police officers in the province. The Premier spoke sharply against the mushrooming cases of Gender Based Violence in the province. He also says the executive calls upon everybody to go back to our roots and embrace Ubuntu / Botho. The Premier further called on those who feel overwhelmed by problems and challenges of life to seek professional help, which is readily available in public and private facilities, instead of resorting to taking the lives of innocent people.
20
OCT

SASSA's Zwanda Kutama on # ProgressiveTalk

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) says ‘top-ups’ on old-age, child support and foster grants that applied during the COVID-19 lockdowns will no longer be paid. Delivering government’s reconstruction and economic recovery plan last week, President Cyril Ramaphosa said only the special COVID-19 grant will be extended for a further three months to the end of January next year.
19
OCT

SANEF's Mahlatse Mahlase on # ProgressiveTalk

Today marks the 43rd anniversary of Black Wednesday when the apartheid government banned 19 Black Consciousness organisations and several anti- government newspapers such as the World and the Weekend World on 19 October 1977.A number of events are planned for today, including the 10th Annual Percy Qoboza Memorial Lecture. Qoboza was the then editor of The World newspaper
15
OCT

SAIA's Mosidi Shomang on #ProgressiveTalk

South African Insurance Associations Mosidi Shomang explaining why we say insurance can assist in preserving our wealth. And, how assets form part of wealth which we wish to pass to the next generation. To preserve them we need to safeguard them.
12
OCT

Political economist Moeletsi Mbeki on #ProgressiveTalk

We look at political developments from over the weekend, with political economist and the deputy chairman of the South African Institute of International Affairs, Moeletsi Mbeki and get his take on what political funding by government would mean for the country .
05
OCT

Makhuduthamaga Municipality spokesperson Lemson Moropjane on# ProgressiveTalk

The Makhuduthamaga Municipality here in the Limpopo province, says its shocked at the video circulating on social media and other platforms showing a municipal traffic officer assaulting a community member. The officer was said to be on duty when the incident took place. The officer has been issued with a letter of intention to suspend pending the finalisation of the investigation.
29
SEP

South African Insurance Association's Nickey Mothiba on #ProgressiveTalk

Your Responsibility as a non-life Insurance Policyholder . An insurance policy is a contract between “the policyholder” and the insurance company. It is a contract where both parties, agree to certain responsibilities as outlines in your insurance policy document. When buying an insurance, we do so to safeguard ourselves so that in the event of a loss or damage to our assets, the insurance company can compensate us. The terms and conditions associated with that cover is detailed in the policy document.

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