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Interview program that hardware talk invites various guests from political leader to general person who became topic from entertainer, management person in charge of company and sends.

We meet influential people of international stage and, since Start broadcast, obtain opportunity of unique interview many times, and interview of leaders of industry and government of the world is included in that from Iraq, Russia to Hollywood from East Timor, too. 30 minutes constructed on minute research and the thorough investigation approach in the backside of news by question that they shoved by Steven soccer to act as chairmanship.


2017.8.24
Plastic Vin go Dan (South Africa, former Minister of Finance)
For Thursday, August 24 broadcast
We broadcasted on Wednesday, August 23
We pass more than 20 years, and African National Congress (ANC) formed politics structure that there is not of shaking of South Africa, but is just cracking. At least 30 ANC members of the Diet supported no-confidence motion to the zuma President of the party leader against mandatory party-line voting. We ask plastic Vin go Dan that the Minister of Finance was dismissed in the controversial situation by the zuma President this year this time. Will it be necessary to dismantle ANC so that South Africa prospers?
Pravin Gordhan
For more than two decades the ANC has been South Africa's impregnable political structure, but now cracks are appearing. At least 30 ANC MPs defied the party whip and supported a no confidence motion against party leader and national President, Jacob Zuma. Stephen Sackur speaks to Pravin Gordhan, the man President Zuma sacked as Finance Minister in controversial circumstances earlier this year. Does the ANC need to be broken up to enable South Africa to thrive?

2017.8.24

Plastic Vin go Dan (South Africa, former Minister of Finance)

For Thursday, August 24 broadcast
We broadcasted on Wednesday, August 23
We pass more than 20 years, and African National Congress (ANC) formed politics structure that there is not of shaking of South Africa, but is just cracking. At least 30 ANC members of the Diet supported no-confidence motion to the zuma President of the party leader against mandatory party-line voting. We ask plastic Vin go Dan that the Minister of Finance was dismissed in the controversial situation by the zuma President this year this time. Will it be necessary to dismantle ANC so that South Africa prospers?

Pravin Gordhan

For more than two decades the ANC has been South Africa's impregnable political structure, but now cracks are appearing. At least 30 ANC MPs defied the party whip and supported a no confidence motion against party leader and national President, Jacob Zuma. Stephen Sackur speaks to Pravin Gordhan, the man President Zuma sacked as Finance Minister in controversial circumstances earlier this year. Does the ANC need to be broken up to enable South Africa to thrive?


2017.8.23

Plastic Vin go Dan (South Africa, former Minister of Finance)

For Wednesday, August 23 broadcast
We pass more than 20 years, and African National Congress (ANC) formed politics structure that there is not of shaking of South Africa, but is just cracking. At least 30 ANC members of the Diet supported no-confidence motion to the zuma President of the party leader against mandatory party-line voting. We ask plastic Vin go Dan that the Minister of Finance was dismissed in the controversial situation by the zuma President this year this time. Will it be necessary to dismantle ANC so that South Africa prospers?

Pravin Gordhan

For more than two decades the ANC has been South Africa's impregnable political structure, but now cracks are appearing. At least 30 ANC MPs defied the party whip and supported a no confidence motion against party leader and national President, Jacob Zuma. Stephen Sackur speaks to Pravin Gordhan, the man President Zuma sacked as Finance Minister in controversial circumstances earlier this year. Does the ANC need to be broken up to enable South Africa to thrive?


2017.8.22

musutafa suagu (Qatar Al Jazeera news chief of the bureau)

For Tuesday, August 22 broadcast
Satellite TV station Al Jazeera which began in 1996 in Qatar brought severe earthquake in the Middle Eastern media. The news about the Middle East and world was ambitious without obeying local rule and was powerful and was provocative. Now that 20 years passed after start, patience of Arab world seems to approach in limit. Saudi Arabia and the close ally demanded the closure of Al Jazeera from Qatar recently. Steven soccer asks musutafa suagu news chief of the bureau of Al Jazeera. Will it be in Al Jazeera in the future?

Mostefa Souag

When the Al Jazeera news network was launched in Qatar in 1996 it had a seismic impact on the media landscape in the Middle East. Here was an Arab broadcaster refusing to play by local rules; ambitious, punchy and provocative in its coverage of the region and the world. Two decades on, it seems that patience is wearing thin in much of the Arab world. Saudi Arabia and its closest allies recently demanded Qatar close the network down. HARDtalk' s Stephen Sackur asks Mostefa Souag, Director General of Al Jazeera - do his channels have a future?



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