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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Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo on# ProgressiveTalk

There has been numerous reports in the province about alleged cases of crime that are recently escalating. The reports alleged that crime is rising in certain parts of the city and shopping Malls. Other reports have also alleged that cases of human trafficking have been on the increase here in the province recently. The Young People's Party, marched yesterday to deliver a memorandum to the police and also highlighting these issues however, it was also reported by the party that their issues were not taken seriously
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Sizwe Sama Yende on #ProgressiveTalk

In the last week we reported on a book that was written by former human resource manager at the Kruger National Park which detailed allegations of wrongdoing and abuse. The book titled, Untold Stories about the Dark Side of the Kruger National Park, was authored by former Kruger National Park human resources senior manager Risenga Matelakengisa and tells of startling accounts of racism and torture allegations that were recently made by black field rangers and, last year, prompted SA National Parks (SANParks) management to hire Advocate Boyce Mkhize from Analytical Forensic Investigation Services to investigate. We have since spoken to the author of the book Mr Risenga Matelakengisa and gotten a reaction from Mr Ike Phaahla of SANParks. However during one of our interviews the journalist who wrote the story in a weekend newspaper was accused of having an agenda against the Kruger National Park
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SANPARKS spokesperson Ike Phaahla on # ProgressiveTalk

We are getting a reaction on the story we did on Wednesday about a book written by former human resource manager at the Kruger National Park that details allegations of wrongdoing and abuse. The book titled, Untold Stories about the Dark Side of the Kruger National Park, is a 178-page book authored by former Kruger National Park human resources senior manager Risenga Matelakengisa that tells of startling accounts of racism and torture allegations that were recently made by black field rangers and, last year, prompted SA National Parks (SANParks) management to hire Advocate Boyce Mkhize from Analytical Forensic Investigation Services to investigate
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Legal expert Osbourne Molatudi on #ProgressiveTalk

We look at the issue of legal liability and we ask the question in the first part of the conversation, who should be held liable for inciting workers or political party members to damage property during a protest, this as the country witnessed protests against Clicks that sometimes turned violent.
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Small Businesses Department Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni on # ProgressiveTalk

With the mounting criticism over a racist advertising campaign by TRESemmé hair products, the Small Businesses Department said it was now working with Clicks to ensure that the outlet sells similar locally produced products. One of the calls made by Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni was that the outlet should remove TRESemmé products from all its branches. Clicks has already heeded the minister’s call and the TRESemmé will no longer be part of its sales
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Former Kruger National Park human resources senior manager Risenga Matelakengisa on #ProgressiveTalk

A former human resource manager at the Kruger National Park wrote a book about alleged shenanigan that took place at the Kruger National Park. The book titled, Untold Stories about the Dark Side of the Kruger National Park, is a 178-page book authored by former Kruger National Park human resources senior manager Risenga Matelakengisa that tells of startling accounts of racism and torture allegations that were recently made by black field rangers and, last year, prompted SA National Parks (SANParks) management to hire Advocate Boyce Mkhize from Analytical Forensic Investigation Services to investigate.
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Limpopo health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba on# ProgressiveTalk

Maternal mortality is when a woman dies while pregnant or within 42 days of giving birth or termination of pregnancy, from any cause related to pregnancy but not from accident. While South Africa and Limpopo province in particular has made a significant progress in reducing maternal mortality over the years, there still a big number of maternal deaths which are preventable mostly due to lack of skill from some of our health workers
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Polokwane municipality executive mayor Thembi Nkadimeng on # ProgressiveTalk

As many South Africans have been working from home and not going to school over the last three to five months, they're set to be in for a shock when their electricity bill arrives or when they purchase prepaid electricity. Eskom direct customers have been paying 8.76% more for their electricity since 1 April 2020, while municipal customers have been paying an additional 6.9% since 1 July 2020. Bulk electricity prices are also set to increase by around 15% next year after a court victory for Eskom in its battle with National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa).We engage the Polokwane executive mayor who will be taking us through on what this means for Polokwane residents.
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Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha on #ProgressiveTalk

We speak to Premier Stanley Mathabatha with regards the PPE and COVID 19 Level 2 Regulations, this after the Provincial Command Council met on Wednesday, and appreciated the Presidents’ recent pronouncement and lowering of Covid-19 Alert Level to Level 2, including the easing of numerous restriction. However, President also proclaimed for investigations to be conducted into procurement of PPE’s tenders at the department of health and also the infamous Talana Shacks that were handed over by the Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs
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Polokwane Municipality spokesperson Tshidiso Mothapo on#ProgressiveTalk

Ebenezer Dam Declining – water restrictions and water rationing to be implemented. Water supply to Polokwane is received from five sources with the main sources being Olifantspoort, Ebenezer Dam, Dap Naude Dam and Seshego Dam. The other two are boreholes systems. These sources provide a combined 50.6ML per day to the city,urban and rural areas. Reduced operations at the Ebenezer Plant, Low rainfall over a period is now threatening freshwater supply from the Ebenezer Dam as it is now running below 13% of its full capacity. The average daily water supply from this scheme has reduced from 36 Ml/d to 20Ml per day. This has resulted in the water supply shortfall increasing from 30 Ml/day to 47 Ml/d.
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Limpopo Department of Health HOD Dr Thokozani Mhlongo on# ProgressiveTalk

The Limpopo Department of Health today held a media briefing aimed at dealing with all matters related to PPE Procurement.The Limpopo Department of Health awarded a KwaZulu-Natal company a R185 million contract to supply Covid-19 personal protective equipment (PPE) despite it not appearing on the official database of suppliers.

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