Editing Allowed

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SEP

Editing Allowed - What does Xenophobia mean for SA's leadership

On the show this week: Rob Rose and the panel discuss the reaction to finance minister Tito Mboweni’s economic plan and what this suggests about public perceptions of government. They also hone in on the Xenophobic attacks in Gauteng this week and take a look at what it means for South Africa's leadership role in Africa.
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AUG

The legacy of Justice Edwin Cameron

On the show this week: Hilary Joffe and the team take a look at how the NHI will change the role of private medical providers. The editors also discuss the high court's decision to set aside the findings of the Seriti inquiry and they take a look at the kind of legacy Justice Edwin Cameron will be leaving behind as he retires after 25 years as a judge.
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JUL

Editing Allowed - Can Mkhwebane hold on to her job?

On the show this week, Hilary Joffe and the team debate Eskom’s latest bailout and its impact on our economy, the mounting calls for the Public Protector to step down and whether Pepsi Co’s bid for Pioneer Foods is a vote of confidence in SA.
10
JUL

Editing Allowed: How a lack of capacity is constraining the NPA

Semeyi Zake and the team discuss the impact a lack of funding is having on both the NPA and the Public protector’s office; renewed chatter on the Reserve bank’s independence ahead of next week’s MPC decision; and what to look out for in Jacob Zuma’s appearance before the Zondo commission.
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JUN

What’s next for Tongaat Hulett

On the show this week Hilary Joffe and the team take a look at the fortunes of the local currency; how unions have entered the fight to get South African Airways CEO, Vuyani Jarana reinstated and the latest in the Tongaat Hulett saga.

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