07.04.2021

Re-imagining South Africa

Re-imagining South Africa is a Cape Town TV (CTV) project on a series of weekly current affairs shows on CTV – made possible by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, South Africa Office. This second series builds on the first series of 12 episodes broadcasted from September to December 2020.

 

Re-imagining South Africa is a Cape Town TV (CTV) project on a series of weekly current affairs shows on CTV – made possible by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, South Africa Office. This second series builds on the first series of 12 episodes broadcasted from September to December 2020.

The series is an FES and Cape Town TV project that consists of weekly current affairs television programme of one hour per week/episode, hosted by John Matisonn, to re-imagine South Africa in the wake of the Covid 19 pandemic. It aims to provide a forum to bring to public attention ideas and policy solutions needed to improve government and grow a job-creating economy.

The show aims to provide a forum to bring together local and international thought leaders. It will seek South Africa-appropriate solutions on current issues such as – for example - how to kickstart infrastructure development, seeking best options for aligning energy plans with our climate change policy and international commitments, or examining South Africa’s role in multilateral institutions alongside our African and international partners.

Watch full episodes on links below:

Episode 1: John Matisonn,Tony Leon:  How the DA's leadership succession went wrong

Episode 2: John Matisonn, Prof Albert Grundling: Africa has a world class airline -- and its not SAA!

Episode 3: John Motisonn, Brent Meersman: Can South Africa learn anything from US President Joe Biden?

Episode 4: John Motisonn, David Lewis: How Zondo Commission can succeed?

Episode 5: John Motisonn, Murphy Morobe: why the Defend our Democracy initiative goes outside the ANC.

Episode 6:  John Motisonn, Joe Hanlon: the violence in Cabo Delgado, northern Mozambique, and why we should care.

Episode 7: John Motisonn, Zubeida Jaffer and Douglas Scott: SA’s first women’s league president, Charlotte Maxeke. What Charlotte think today?

Episode 8: John Motisonn, Judith February: work on the Interim Board of Cricket South Africa, trouble at the Judicial Services Commission, and local elections this year

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
South Africa Office

34 Bompas Road
Dunkeld West
Johannesburg

+27 11 341 0270
+27 11 341 0271

info(at)fes-southafrica.org
 

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