BBC World Questions Comes to Johannesburg
On 10 August, BBC World Questions comes to South Africa at a time of political upheaval. There is expected to be a vote of confidence in the country’s longstanding President, Jacob Zuma, and there are allegations of widespread corruption in the country. There is wide debate about the best way to achieve social and economic transformation, and which direction the country will now take.
A panel of politicians and thinkers from across the spectrum join BBC presenter Nancy Kacungira at the Market Theatre in Johannesburg. The panel will include Sihle Zikalala of the ANC, Leigh-Ann Mathys of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Adam Habib, vice chancellor at Wits University, and Sipho Pityana, businessman and convenor of the Save South Africa campaign.
The programme will be recorded at The Market Theatre in Johannesburg at 6pm. To join in the debate and be part of the audience please apply for FREE tickets here
BBC World Questions: Johannesburg will be available on BBC World Service iplayer radio from 13 August, 1600 SAST.