On The Go Breakfast with Complexion and Mpho Mashita

CAPRICORN FM  |  Podcast , ±8 min episodes every 3 days  | 
Broadcast maturity, zest and zeal packed in one delivery. This show is a traditional breakfast show with great variety in music, entertainment, information, the fun and absolutely crazy moments. A distinct delivery of Limpopo content and keen focus on what Limpopo has to offer to the world. Join hosts, DJ Complexion and Mpho Mashita for vibrant Limpopo mornings On the Go Breakfast weekdays from 6- 9 am.

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08
NOV

The renewal of the Zimbabwe Exemption Permits in South Africa

A lot of publications in Zimbabwe have been running with reports around how the South African government will soon announce a decision on the renewal of the Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEP) for the nearly 180 000 Zimbabweans based in South Africa.

In this podcast, Complexion and Mpho Mashita talk to Bongani Mazwi Mkhwanazi from Zim-Community SA, about the issues around the permits renewal and how this has sparked a contentious debate.

On Friday (5 November 2021), Zim-Community SA released a statement to its members as well as Zimbabweans that they represent, in which they encouraged them to stay calm and not be anxious about the hashtags and the different debates that have flared up about the stay of Zimbabweans in South Africa!

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29
OCT

2021 Chairman's Conversation Guest reveal

MSG Afrika Group chairperson Given Mkhari has announced Dr. Reuel Khoza as the guest for the 2021 edition of the Chairman's Conversation happening on the 25th of November. He made the much-awaited revelation on Capricorn FM and POWER 98.7 during a simulcast from the #OnTheGoBreakfast and #POWERBreakfast respectively.
27
OCT

NEASA against any move to make vaccination mandatory in the workplace

In this podcast Complexion and Mpho Mashita talk to the National Employment Association of South Africa (NEASA) Chief Executive, Gerhard Papenfus, about the Business Unity South Africa (BUSA's) plan to go to court to seek clarity on the issue of compulsory Covid-19 vaccination in the workplace.

NEASA stands against this move and they give their reasons in this podcast.

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26
OCT

Are South African matriculants generally unethical?

In this podcast, the Complexion and Mpho Mashita look at the annual problem that Limpopo faces as a province … the problem of leaked matric exam papers and cheating during matric exams.

They talk to the Director of Ethicalways, Penny Milner-Smyth about whether we should generally question how ethical matriculants are.

The Department of Education in Limpopo released a statement saying that the Limpopo MEC for Education, Polly Boshielo will lead the Provincial Pledge Signing ceremony by candidates registered to write the National Senior Certificate (NSC).

Learners will sign a pledge committing to comply with the Examination Code of Conduct. In addition to the pledge signing, learners and parents are required to sign a Commitment Agreement, which provides a detailed list of the key rules and regulations relating to the NSC examination as well as the requirements and rules relating to the COVID-19.

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05
OCT

What South Africa can learn from Limpopo's vaccination drive!

This podcast covers the weekly Covid-19 and Covid-19 vaccines related conversation that bring listeners up to speed on these issues.

In this conversation, Aisha Abdool Karim, a Health Journalist from Bhekisisa Health Journalism Centre, talks to Complexion and Mpho Mashita about how and why vaccination campaigns in rural provinces have yielded better results than the rest of the country and what important lessons can be learnt from their success.

Limpopo and the Eastern Cape provinces have tied at first place in South Africa’s immunization drive – both having vaccinated more than 26% of our population!

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03
OCT

How to be money-aligned with your partner

Is it important to ensure that you are and your partner, are aligned when it comes to money?

That is the question that Personal Finance Coach, Vangile Makwakwa answers in this podcast. She speaks to Complexion and Mpho Mashita about some very key issues that couples need to pay attention to as she clearly establishes the foundation for this continuous conversation.

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07
SEP

An #OnTheGoMasterclass in matters of the heart

September is Heart Awareness Month in South Africa, a month dedicated to raising awareness about cardiovascular diseases. That's why an #OnTheGoMasterclass to cover this subject and to bring awareness to listeners about the how's and why's of heart diseases is important.

In this podcast, Cardiologist, Dr Musa Mayayise talks to Complexion and Mpho Mashita as he gives an #OnTheGoMasterclass in matters of the heart!

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26
AUG

Dr Pashy's Philantrophy journey

In this conversation, Complexion and Mpho Mashita celebrate Dr Pashy, a phenomenal woman who is a true example of living your purpose.

She has a heart of helping and empowering people others and she is generous with her resources and time.

Through her Foundation, she ran a tour to reach orphanages and communities in Limpopo.

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25
AUG

An #OnTheGoMasterclass in determining whether you are sellable or not!

Are you sellable in your career or in business? Do people understand what you are all about and have you discovered what it is that makes you stand out?

These are some of the questions that Marketing Strategist, Lebo Lion answers.

She is The voice of marketing, a Marketing Strategist, 40 under 40 business icon and Host of the biggest podcast in Africa, the lebo lion podcast.

In this podcast she gives us an #OnTheGoMasterclass in determining whether you are sellable or not!

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24
AUG

How Limpopo Municipalities are supporting residents affected by Covid 19

In this conversation, Complexion and Mpho Mashita spoke to Limpopo SALGA Chairperson, Cllr Pule Shayi about how Limpopo Municipalities are dealing with people who are struggling to keep up with their rates payments because of being affected by Covid 19.

There is no doubt that Covid-19 continues to negatively affect different members of society, and everyone, including government, business as well as corporate are feeling the pinch.

Catch up on this conversation and find out how Limpopo Municipalities are dealing with people who are struggling to keep up with their rates payments because of being affected by Covid 19.
09
AUG

Women and land... Is there progress?

The #OnTheGoBreakfast team marked Women's Day by focusing on gender and land rights issues.
The focus is not only in Africa or South Africa, but more specifically in Limpopo. In this podcast, they talk to Shula Lebepe, a Project Officer at Nkuzi Development Association as they question the ability of Limpopo women to access or own land.

Women having access to land and opportunities to own land would be a game changer, especially in rural areas

Women who own land can use it as collateral for loans or to create other income-generation projects.

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05
AUG

Mapela community stands up to Anglo Platinum Mine

The Masubelele Family and the Mapela Concerned Residents have lodged an urgent interdict against the Mogalakwena Section of Anglo Platinum Mine.

This is in relation with negotiations that have been ongoing between the community and the mine around the mine’s expansion at Swartfontein Farm. Anglo Platinum Mine was supposed to relocate the community together with their graves and settle them in another area, in exchange for a substantial compensation, for the direct benefit of the entire mining community.

The Masubelele family is the last remaining family on this land where Anglo Platinum Mine continues to mine. They are exposed to mining debris and have also made claims that some material and rocks have been dumped in their backyards by the mines.

In this podcast Complexion and Mpho Mashita talk to Oscar Masubelele, a representative from the Masubelele family as well as Advocate Ngoako Moropene, one of the legal representatives.

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