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Ray Hartley at the Franschhoek Literary Festival (16 – 18 May)

How to Fix South AfricaRay Hartley, editor of How to Fix South Africa: The country’s leading thinkers on what must be done to create jobs, will be speaking at the 2014 Franschhoek Literary Festival, which takes place from 16 to 18 May.

Hartley will be speaking about South Africa’s political leaders and discussing the issue of media freedom and the financial factors that threaten it.


Saturday 17 May

SA’s Political Leadership Quagmire
10 AM – 11 AM (New School Hall)
Ray Hartley asks Adam Habib (SA’s Suspended Revolution), Rhoda Kadalie (In Your Face) and Prince Mashele (The Fall of the ANC) if, in their opinion, our leaders are sinking or treading water to stay afloat.

Sunday 18 May

It’s News to Me
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM (Old School Hall)
Ray Hartley gathers with journalists Simon Pearson, Martin Welz and Janet Heard to talk about press freedom versus the exigencies of declining readership, cost cutting and challenging ownership.

Book details

  • How to Fix South Africa: The country’s leading thinkers on what must be done to create jobs edited by Ray Hartley
    EAN: 9780620549882
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