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Carte Blanche (15 March 2009)

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Carte Blanche on 12 Mar 2009
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Coming up on Sunday's Carte Blanche (15 March, 2009):

Million Dollar Bogey

Launched in South Africa in 2004, it’s been called the greatest event on the women’s golfing calendar. The Women’s World Cup attracted major sponsors, the world’s top women pro golfers and even an American soapie star. But what has happened to this year’s event and the sponsors’ millions? Carte Blanche tees off...

Presenter: Devi Sankaree Govender
Producer: Kate Barry
Journalist: Wynand Grobler

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Hell’s Kennels III

Three weeks ago, Carte Blanche viewers were outraged by shocking images of Jan van Aardt’s dog breeding establishment, where things had gone from bad to worse since the show's first exposé in 2001. Carte Blanche returns to the kennels to see what the status is.

Presenter: Devi Sankaree Govender
Producer: Bernadette Cook

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Religious Censorship

In April this year, the UN hosts the second world conference focusing on various forms of intolerance. Religious intolerance will likely be high on the agenda - specifically what’s termed “Islamaphobia”. In South Africa, a recent publication in the University of Cape Town magazine “Sax Appeal” had several Christians hot and bothered. Are playing fields level when it comes to religious tolerance? Carte Blanche tries to find out.

Presenter: Derek Watts
Producer: Mike Duffet
Journalist: Xoli Matomela




1 Comment

khanyi
17 Mar 2009 17:50

That golf woman can really lie. 
I did watch it and I loved almost all their stories.

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