Editing Allowed

Join head editors within Tiso Blackstar and their guests for in-depth discussion and debate of the stories that are driving South Africa's news agenda.

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17
APR

Who is likely to make it into cabinet?

Peter Bruce and the team take a look at the political machinations as we approach election day; debate who will likely make it to cabinet, and the latest developments from the state capture commission.
10
APR

Is Rio Tinto's R6.5bn project a vote of confidence in SA

On the show this week, Peter Bruce and the team take a look at whether Rio Tinto's R6.5bn project is indeed a vote of confidence in SA; our economic prospects given the IMFs latest growth forecasts; and President Ramaphosa's ratings since stepping up as Head of State.
03
APR

Why is Moody’s giving SA the benefit of the doubt?

With just five weeks to the elections, has Moody's gone out of its way to accommodate South Africa by holding fire on its ratings? And can Edward Kieswetter hit the ground running and get SARS back on its feet? Find out what some of SA's top editors make of these and other key developments in SA's news cycle.
27
MAR

Why did Bosasa pay Ramaphosa’s son?

SA's top editors take a look at the Brexit deadlock; Naspers move to list its international assets in Europe; Bosasa's alleged payments to President Cyril Ramaphosa's son, and what progress, if any, has been made at Eskom.
20
MAR

What needs to be done to get Eskom firing on all cylinders

Business Day Editor-at-Large, Peter Bruce and his team discuss the latest power outages and what needs to be done to get Eskom firing on all cylinders; their expectations on the upcoming Moody's review on South Africa; and grill Duncun Mcleod about his newly formed political party as well as its prospects in the upcoming election.
13
MAR

Editing Allowed - Why was the State Security Agency released

Business Day editor-at-large Peter Bruce and the team take a look at the latest news of the week. Up for discussion were the release of State Security Agency report, the PwC report and the prosecutions likely to follow; the collapse of Group 5 and the impact of the Boeing 737 Max-8 crash in Ethiopia.
20
FEB

Editing Allowed - Budget 2019

The Editing Allowed team, lead by Financial Mail Editor, Rob Rose take a detailed look at the 2019 budget announcement. Jana Marais, Deputy Editor at Business Day says that the budget speech was rather concerning as we've seen the biggest budget deficit in a decade since the global financial crisis. They never quite get to the revenue they would like to see, expenditure is always much more than planned and they cannot get the debt under control.

There was very little room for the Finance Minister to maneuver says Deputy Editor of the Financial Mail, Sikontahi Mantshantsha. It was quite a difficult balancing act but he managed to not "rock the boat" especially where Eskom is concerned. The question that has not been answered is that Eskom must in the next 30 days or so settle a R70BN bond that has become due, and there has been no response to that in the budget, only the R23BN over 3 years.

Writer for Business Day Larry Claasen says that he thinks this is an election year budget, it's not meant to rock the boat and is there to keep everything stable.
13
FEB

Editing Allowed-What is the future of Eskom

Financial Mail Editor, Rob Rose and the team discuss the future of Eskom and its impact on job creation; what Tom Moyane's lost court bid will mean for SARS and their expectations ahead of Tito Mboweni's budget speech.
30
JAN

Editing Allowed - Who is next in line as Absa CEO?

Peter Bruce and the team take a look at Maria Ramos departure from the top job at ABSA and who they might be lining up to take over. On the politics front, how Zuma and Ramaphosa's disagreements could impact the ANC's election campaign and whether the DA can get its house in order ahead of the election.

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