Roundtable

SOUTH AFRICA ELECTION: Are voters hungry for change?

South Africans are voting in a landmark election - marking a quarter of a century since the end of white-only rule. The ruling ANC are expected to win once again - but there have been plenty of reasons for voters to think twice. Joining us at the Roundtable is Stephen Chan, Professor of World Politics at SOAS University in London; Xolani Xala, a member of the ANC in London; Colin Bundy, a South African historian and author; and Christopher Vandome, research analyst at the Africa Programme at Chatham House, the international affairs think tank. Roundtable is a discussion programme with an edge. Broadcast out of London and presented by David Foster, it's about bringing people to the table, listening to every opinion, and analysing every point of view. From fierce debate to reflective thinking, Roundtable discussions offer a different perspective on the issues that matter to you. Watch it every weekday at 15:30 GMT on TRT World. #SouthAfrica #SouthAfricaElection #ANC

South Africa Decides: Past corruption could hinder ANC's re-election

South Africa Decides: Past corruption could hinder ANC's re-election

South Africa Decides: Campaign wraps up as country prepares to vote

South Africa Decides: Campaign wraps up as country prepares to vote

South Africa Decides: Ramaphosa admits ANC made mistakes, vows reform

South Africa Decides: Ramaphosa admits ANC made mistakes, vows reform

South Africa holds its 6th national elections on May 8

South Africa holds its 6th national elections on May 8

YOUNG OFFENDERS: Is prison the answer?

YOUNG OFFENDERS: Is prison the answer?

Femicide: Do women need more protection?

Femicide: Do women need more protection?

COINS VS CONTACTLESS: Should businesses be forced to accept cash?

COINS VS CONTACTLESS: Should businesses be forced to accept cash?

SOLAR IN SPACE: Science Fiction or New Frontier?

SOLAR IN SPACE: Science Fiction or New Frontier?

Using less: What can we give up to save the Planet?

Using less: What can we give up to save the Planet?

Lessons in money: Time to teach it better?

Lessons in money: Time to teach it better?

NUCLEAR FUSION: Source of limitless energy?

NUCLEAR FUSION: Source of limitless energy?

BREXIT DIRECT ACTION- IS IT OK?

BREXIT DIRECT ACTION- IS IT OK?

REFILL AND REUSE: Can it work?

REFILL AND REUSE: Can it work?

FOSSIL TRADE: Is it wrong?

FOSSIL TRADE: Is it wrong?

Trust in police: How can it be improved?

Trust in police: How can it be improved?

AMAZON FIRES: Who’s to blame?

AMAZON FIRES: Who’s to blame?

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