Carte Blanche
today at 06:00. Facebook
Cape Town firefighters are responding to a staggering 75 fires per day. The flames have wreaked havoc, leaving many no choice but to escape with only the clothes on their backs. The spate of fires has led many to question whether some were started deliberately. Carte Blanche meets the heroes saving lives and the residents who’ve lost everything.

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yesterday at 17:02. Facebook
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Farmers are growing crops without soil or sunlight and using 95% less water. This week, we want to know whether you would eat food grown without sun or soil.

Vote by commenting with #VoteA | #VoteB | #VoteC in the comments below or on the official Carte Blanche Facebook page.
Carte Blanche
yesterday at 07:14. Facebook
Last year saw drought decimate crops and herds countrywide. Now, we go back to the farmers whose desperate prayers for rain in 2016 have brought back the water, healthy crops and herds.

That’s a 90-minute episode of Carte Blanche this Sunday at 7pm on M-Net, DStv channel 101, and 8pm on M-Net Plus 1 channel 901.
Carte Blanche
01/18/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
It’s being compared to the way in which cheap Chinese imports destroyed our textile industry in the 1990s. The country’s poultry industry is in crisis with many farms closing due to the dumping of thousands of tons of subsidised imports from overseas. Bongani Bingwa has the story.

[WATCH] Chicken Industry on a Knife Edge - Carte Blanche

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Carte Blanche
01/17/2017 at 19:01. Facebook
We first met athlete Ernst van Dyk in 2001 when he burst onto the world stage by winning 24 out of 27 international wheelchair races. Fifteen years later, Ernst is still going strong, proving that the only thing that could hold you back is yourself. Ernst opens up about his most recent achievements and future endeavours.

[WATCH] Update: Ernst van Dyk - Carte Blanche

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Carte Blanche
01/17/2017 at 16:05. Facebook
“How many of us actually read the terms and conditions of the applications we download?”
Bongani Bingwa talks about our digital lives and just how much of it is open to prying eyes…
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Someone to watch over me - Bongani Bingwa

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Carte Blanche
01/17/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
The Department of Education has commended what are claimed to be the best Matric results of recent times and announced a multi-million Rand support plan for this year. But is there an education crisis bubbling beneath the surface and is it time to overhaul what some describe as the worst education system in the world? John Webb has more.

[WATCH] Education Emergency - Carte Blanche

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Carte Blanche
01/17/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Despite the warnings of independent analysts, government is planning to embark on one of the biggest nuclear power programs in the world. Devi Sankaree Govender questions our obsession with nuclear while many countries around the world are turning to cheaper forms of cleaner, safer energy.

[WATCH] Energy Future Uncertain - Carte Blanche

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Carte Blanche
01/16/2017 at 17:01. Facebook
You love your smartphone. You love social media and apps. You feel connected with the world. But it’s not a one way street. Bongani Bingwa warns that you may be laying your life on the digital line.

[WATCH] Who Is Tracking You Online? - Carte Blanche

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Carte Blanche
01/16/2017 at 10:47. Facebook
By making simple lifestyle changes, you could prevent and even delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Find out how.

[READ] Alzheimer’s Disease and Your Lifestyle - Carte Blanche

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Carte Blanche
01/15/2017 at 18:35. Facebook
Tonight's topics were:

Education Emergency
Who Is Tracking You Online?
Energy Future Uncertain
Chicken Industry on a Knife Edge
Alzheimer's: Can We Prevent It?

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Carte Blanche
01/15/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
Don’t forget to vote in tonight’s poll. Simply comment with #VoteA or #VoteB in the comments below or on the official Carte Blanche Facebook page.

Results will be revealed later tonight.
Carte Blanche
01/15/2017 at 17:25. Facebook
Want to decrease how much your online movements are tracked? Here are a few simple privacy settings to keep in mind the next time you go online.

[READ] Tracking: Keep Your Online Life Private - Carte Blanche

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Carte Blanche
01/15/2017 at 17:01. Facebook
Vote in our weekly poll by commenting with #VoteA | #VoteB on the official Carte Blanche Facebook page.

Are you aware that your online movements are being tracked?

Results will be revealed later tonight.
Carte Blanche
01/15/2017 at 13:55. Facebook
TONIGHT ON CARTE BLANCHE
Government says it’s committed to renewable energy. So why are we limiting the amount of green energy that can be added to the grid?
And, is what you do online revealing more about you than you’d like? And who is keeping track?

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Carte Blanche
01/15/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
The South African poultry industry is in dire crisis and thousands of workers stand to lose their jobs as local production faces collapse. Role players blame cheap chicken imports from Brazil and the United States for flooding the market, leaving local producers unable to compete. Government has intervened and is working with poultry producers to address the industry’s challenges, but is it...
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Carte Blanche
01/14/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
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Think your online habits are private? Think again… Vote in this week’s poll and make sure to join us this Sunday for an extended 90-minute show at 7pm on M-Net channel 101.

To vote, comment with your chosen hashtag - #VoteA or #VoteB – in the comments below or on the officials Carte Blanche Facebook page.
Carte Blanche
01/14/2017 at 06:01. Facebook
It’s said memory is the mother of all wisdom, a fundamental part of being human. But the most common form of dementia – Alzheimer’s disease – accounts for up to 70% of cases. And after the age of 65, the chance of getting the disease doubles every five years. With no cure, researchers believe that simple lifestyle choices could help prevent or delay the disease. Carte Blanche looks at the...
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Carte Blanche
01/13/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
This Sunday in an extended 90-minute show, John Webb looks at what 2016 matric results are really all about and Bongani Bingwa delves into the world of online tracking. Government says it's committed to renewable energy, so why are we limiting the amount of green energy that can be added to the grid? Devi Sankaree Govender takes a look. Then, the poultry industry in dire straits. Can we...
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Carte Blanche
01/13/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
The South African poultry industry is in dire crisis and more than 20 000 workers stand to lose their jobs as local production faces collapse. Role players blame cheap chicken imports from Brazil and the United States for flooding the market, leaving local producers unable to compete. Government has intervened and is working with poultry producers to address the industry’s challenges, but is...
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