Carte Blanche: 19 October 2008

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Carte Blanche Teasers on 16 Oct 2008
Favourite this post

On Carte Blanche this Sunday (19 October 2008):


The gloves are off as the ANC suspends defiant former Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota from the party he once chaired, while ex-Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa resigns and announces his intention to throw his weight behind a ‘rebel’ national convention.

Carte Blanche speaks to the old and the new and attempts to gauge if the move is good or bad for our democracy.

Presenter: Devi Sankaree Govender
Producer: Adri Kotze

Cullinan II

Last year Carte Blanche exposed the situation of patient neglect and abuse at the Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre. Since then, two mysterious deaths have occurred and families are still waiting for answers. Carte Blanche re-visits the centre to find out if anything has changed.

Presenter: Devi Sankaree Govender
Producers: Amalia Christoforou & Wynand Grobler

Tuli Ellies

Ten years ago, Carte Blanche exposed shocking cruelty to juvenile elephants removed from their natural herds in Botswana and brought to a North West property for “training”. The case made international news and the Tuli elephants were freed. Or were they? Carte Blanche finds out.

Presenter: Bonita Gorrie-Nuttall
Producer: Esté de Klerk

Silver Spirit

Two months, eleven countries, 17000km and just one Rolls Royce. Seasoned adventurers Mike and Jeanette van Ginkel set off in their pride and joy Silver Spirit earlier this year and made what’s believed to be the first trip across Africa in a Roller.

Cape to Cairo and then on to the Rolls Royce factory in England proved an eventful and often hilarious trip for a couple who’re still having fun after 50 years of marriage.

Presenter: Derek Watts
Producer: Kate Barry

Carte Blanche's on M-Net on Sundays at 19h00.


Only TVSA members can reply to this thread. Click here to login or register.


More activity at TVSA Central





You browser doesn't have Flash, Silverlight, Gears, BrowserPlus or HTML5 support.