When activists find evidence and tell Carte Blanche

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Carte Blanche Teasers on 02 Dec 2022
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Coming up on Carte Blanche this Sunday 4 December 2022:

Vet Gone Violent

In October this year, 10 healthy dogs were taken to a well-known veterinarian in Gauteng for sterilisation. It was a simple enough procedure, especially for an experienced practitioner, but inexplicably, seven dogs died.

This wasn’t the first time animals had mysteriously died in the vet’s care. This time, though, an animal activist who’d been investigating the vet for years, finally obtained crucial evidence to prove her negligence. Carte Blanche investigates.

Coal Switch

Coal - it's a commodity in high demand - locally and globally. Power stations need it, export markets want it, and criminals are after their slice of the action. The black market for coal is thriving, and a devious new trend is hitting the industry.

Syndicates are paying willing transport company drivers to replace their loads of high-grade coal with a lower grade product.

The driver pockets a cut of the profits, while the criminals sell the loads of coal back to the legitimate market at a premium.

It’s called coal switching and Carte Blanche has the inside edge on how it’s done, and who’s pocketing the lion’s share.

The Power of Amapiano

South Africa has a well-known flair for developing its own musical genres: from the catchy tunes of Kwaito to the heady jams of ‘Gqom’, December anthems are almost always home-grown.

Now, the distinctive lock-drum hook and irresistible sounds of Amapiano are taking centre stage. It’s a genre with a massive following both locally and internationally, but here at home, Amapiano isn’t just a music sensation, it’s a lifestyle. So, what’s behind the rise of the so-called “Yanos”? Carte Blanche heads into the studio booth.

Rugby Rumpus

Intense and full of drama, rugby union is one of the globe’s biggest sports. World Rugby has never been more competitive, with traditional rivalries like the Springboks and the All Blacks often decided by a single point.

With such fine margins, referees hold the key to ensuring fair play. But the performance of match officials is increasingly in the spotlight, with every controversial decision analysed and criticised.

With so much at stake, and innovative technology advancements at their fingertips, why are some referees still getting it wrong?

Premiere episodes of Carte Blanche air on M-Net on Sundays at 19h00.

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