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Rob Rose, Editor at Financial Mail leads this week's edition of Editing Allowed with some of South Africa's top editors as they take a look at SARS’s Tom Monyane and VBS Bank’s grand exit
Join Peter Bruce and the panel of editors as they delve into some of SA’s latest drama filled stories making news headlines.
On Wednesday Julius Malema won a motion on land expropriation without compensation in parliament, 241 parliamentarians voting yes and 83 voting no. Peter Bruce and his guests discuss the possible outcomes of this.
The Editing Allowed team, lead by Peter Bruce take a detailed look at the 2018 budget announcement. For the first time in the ANC rule, the country had a remarkable budget in 2018. The party has crossed its own Rubicon and raised the VAT from 14% to 15%. A line that many thought would never move as it hits the poor and the rich alike. Pravin Gordhan joins Peter Bruce on the line to discuss the outcome of the Budget speech and what some of the factors were that affected the shift in VAT. The announcement of free education, the performance of SARS and the economy and the necessity to keep debt under control made the choices quite difficult to recoup that kind of money.
On the eve of Jacob Zuma's resignation, the Editing Allowed team, hosted by Business Day's editor-at-large, Hilary Joffe take a look at the raid of the Gupta residence in Saxonwold.
This week's edition of Editing Ellowed, Peter Bruce is joined by his panel of editors as they debate the outcome of Jacob Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa's meeting. The State of the nation address, the opening of Parliament, the annual budget speech and the Mining Indaba is also up for discussion.
This week on Editing Allowed, Peter Bruce and his panel of editors take a look at the latest news headlines and debate the possible outcome for Capitec, Zuma and Cape Town
In the run up to the one of the biggest stories of 2017. S'thembiso Msomi, Deputy Editor at Sunday Times - who has extensive knowledge of the innerworkings of the ANC joins Peter Bruce's panel of editors for this week's edition of Editing Allowed. How fair and accurate is the ANC elective conference likely to be in terms of who it is going to elect as its leader of sentiment in the party? Although the majority of ANC branches have chosen Cyril Ramaphosa as his new leader, the outcome will solely depend on who is in charge of the systems of this organised event. To date the organisers of the event have not yet included all the provinces, and since the number of delegates are unknown, no one really knows what the outcome will be. On Wednesday Gauteng Chief Justice Dunstan Mlambo has ordered Jacob Zuma to pay the costs of his appeal to have Thuli Madonsela's state capture report set aside and it also means (apparently) that Thuli Madonsela's order that the Chief Justice appoints somebody to oversee that an inquiry in to state capture stands and that Zuma has to step aside and allow that to happen.
This week on Editing Allowed, Peter Bruce and the panel of editors discuss how the state capture inquiry came to an abrupt halt thanks to the Hawks’ surprise entrance. They also take a look at allegations leveled at Naspers as well as developments at Steinhoff.
On Editing Allowed Hilary Joffe and the panel of editors discuss President Jacob Zuma's sudden change of heart when it comes to backing a candidate at the ANC elective Conference and making fiscal decisions… via media releases. They also unpack developments at Eskom and SARS and debate whether the 90 day breathing room giving by ratings agency is enough for any real economic change to be made.
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