Iman Rappetti makes her TV comeback with new show, Madam Speaker

Iman Rappetti makes her TV comeback with new show, Madam Speaker

- Iman Rappetti will be returning to eNCA after a 2-year hiatus

- The seasoned journalist has got a new talk show which will debut in late November

- The show aims to connect South African citizens with newsmakers in order to discuss major issues that affect the entire country and its people

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Iman Rappetti is returning to the silver screen with her new talk show, ‘Madam Speaker’ which will be aired on eNCA.

The veteran journalist has been off the air for two years as she wanted to spend more time with her family, but she is ready to get back to work.

Briefly.co.za learned that on ‘Madam Speaker’, prominent public figures will be put on the hot seat in front of a live audience as they are interviewed by Iman.

She aims to tackle topics such as politics, the economy as well as social issues that range from religion through to arts and culture.

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Once Iman has finished her line of questioning, the floor will be opened to the audience so they can raise the issues they feel the most concerned about.

The journalist hopes that this can open dialogue between political figures and the people they are trying to help.

According to Daily Sun, the broadcasting journalist is excited to be back in front of the camera and is looking forward to giving South Africans the chance to question the people in power themselves.

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Iman has been in the industry for 11 years so she knows her way around the block. During this time, she has interviewed many prominent figures such as former president Jacob Zuma and the queen of talk shows, Oprah Winfrey.

‘Madam Speaker’ is set to air on Thursday, the 22nd of November at 9:30pm on eNCA.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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