Hillary Joffe and the team discuss President Cyril Ramaphosa’s recent weekly letter which promises decisive action against corrupt officials. The editors also discuss ways in which South Africa’s companies can recover from COVID-19.
On the show this week, Hilary Joffe and the panel discuss growing allegations of corruption related to Covid-19 procurement in the country. The panel also assess the strength of political and economic reform efforts made by Zimbabwe's ruling party, to support the ailing economy.
Hilary Joffe and the panel unpack the economic cost of South Africa's liquor ban, with the likes of Consol, SAB and Heineken shelving investments. They also discuss concerns raised by some politicians that South Africa's IMF loan could lead to a gradual loss of the country's sovereignty.
In this edition of Editing Allowed, Hillary Joffe and the panel discuss the pros, cons and potential pitfalls of the IMF's loan to South Africa. They also hone in on Eskom's legal battle with the National Energy Regulator.
Hilary Joffe and the panel discuss the Financial Mail's cover story which sheds light on how many jobs have been lost due to the pandemic. The panel also unpacks government's reintroduction of the alcohol ban, along with the economic implications of the state's plans for struggling SAA.
Hilary Joffe and the panel discuss the legal battles that are brewing between insurers and the hospitality industry as Covid-19 claims go unpaid. The panel also weighs in on calls to scrap finance minister Tito Mboweni's supplementary budget
In this edition of Editing Allowed, Hillary Joffe and the panel discuss the outlook for South Africa's economy now that lockdown has ease. The panel also weighs in on government's response to the coronavirus crisis.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's supplementary budget speech has received mixed reactions from the public, Hilary Joffe and the panel discuss those reactions with a look at how the Reserve Bank is likely to maintain a cautious stance before deciding to implement a rate cut.
On the show this week, Hilary Joffe and the panel discuss the hotly contested inheritance tax debate. They also unpack the state of South Africa's SOEs , and explore how much longer government can afford to support these firms.
The panel discuss the nuts and bolts of NinetyOne's R10bn investment fund, with its Chief Commercial Officer, which aims to assist business and spur an economic recovery. The panel also unpack the nature of South Africa's anticipated recovery.
The South African Reserve Bank has ruled out financing the government's budget deficit. The panel speaks to SARB Deputy Governor Rashad Cassim to find out if the central bank is doing enough to support the economy.
On the show this week, Hilary Joffe and the panel discuss South Africa's move to level 3 of lockdown effective in June, and question President Ramaphosa’s decision to allow churches, synagogues and mosques to resume activity.
On the show this week, Hilary Joffe and the panel discuss growing calls for an immediate end to South Africa's lockdown. They also question Trade and Industry Minister Ebrahim Patel's regulations determining which clothing items can be sold.
On the show this week, the panel discuss the anticipated shape of South Africa's economic recovery, ahead of the partial reopening the economy. They also discuss which retailers are set to benefit from the first wave of consumers emerging from the lockdown.
On the show this week, Hillary Joffe and the panel unpack President Ramaphosa’s Covid-19 economic rescue package, as well as what the panel views as a lack of pertinent detail, which makes the package difficult to fully analyse.
On the show this week, the panel unpack the economic implications for South Africa, if the coronavirus pandemic is not brought under the control soon. They also discuss President Ramaphosa's decision to suspend Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams for breaking lockdown rules.
8 Apr 2020
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