[LISTEN] South Africa is talking ideas again - Bongani Bingwa

With the SONA debate focusing more on policies and the future of South Africans, Bongani Bingwa shares the view that South Africans are engaged in the process of rebuilding confidence in public institutions and indeed their futures.

One of the things the administration of Cyril Ramaphosa is going to have to guard against, is the idea that calls can be made at the highest levels and influence exerted on the rich and powerful - read WMC - and different decisions are made because they trust him. Whatever social compacts are agreed to, have to be seen to include all - this is a special sensitivity post Marikana.

Bongani Bingwa, Breakfast Show host

In the same way this moment of promise, this crossing of the river Jordan means that everyone has to find a new voice and new ways of dong things.

Bongani Bingwa, Breakfast Show host

Suddenly we are talking about ideas again. Is a sovereign debt fund the best thing for us to pursue? Isn't that a luxury normally for countries with surpluses? Aren't we a long way off from that given how Zuma's misadventures wrecked the economy in terms of lost opportunities? The fourth industrial revolution? Minimum wage? Expropriation? National Health Insurance? Will the President's initiatives drive the growth and create the jobs we so badly need?

Bongani Bingwa, Breakfast Show host

Listen to Bongani Bingwa's view on how the debate is changing in Parliament.


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