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A show stacked with inspiration, here’s what’s on Carte Blanche tonight.
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Carte Blanche will be back on our screens tonight, offering an in-depth analysis into issues that are relevant and incredibly important.
The festive cheer must have already hit their studios because this time around, the focus will be more on the positive. The inspiring story of Grant Lottering as well as the angelic voices of the Mzansi Youth Choir is just some of the magic that is in store for you on Carte Blanche tonight.
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The Mzansi Youth Choir are known best for their ability to light up the spirit of any event. They have been widely regarded as the life of any occasion they are booked for.
After a show in Ontario, Canada, The Stratford Beacon Herald, an international publication, had nothing but praise for the choir.
“The joyous rhythms of the Mzansi Youth Choir are without a doubt a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Stratford. These singers are the best of the best,” the publication said, in high praise.
On tonight’s show, we will witness the greatness that is the Mzansi Youth Choir as they perform our favourite Christmas carols at Melrose Arch in Johannesburg.
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Grant Lottering is a cyclist-turned-motivational speaker. This is because, after conquering the impossible, he felt it was a calling for him to impart his wisdom onto people who need it to get through their own adversities.
Lottering has faced death in the eye and, unlike most, he came out alive and has since done phenomenal things in his life.
Winning the Laureus Sport for Good Ambassador award was an achievement but not as meaningful for him as conquering the French Alp (a 1 000 kilometer course) in under 50 hours.
Tonight, Lottering will sit down with Derek Watts to impart some of the things he has learned sitting on top of the world and how he had to dig deep to make it out of the darkness he was enclosed in.
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It was certainly over for Nonhlanhla Joye. At least that is what the medical books said. Joye was diagnosed with a devastating type of cancer that many do not overcome.
However, Joye’s resilience saw her overcome the illness. This must have motivated her to dedicate her life to helping others. Sure enough, her portable, eco-friendly gardening system allows her to harvest organic vegetables that help feed communities in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Find out more about this amazing initiative on tonight’s show.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a central part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Everything is automated right now and as scary as that is for the sustainability of the human race, it also comes with its positives.
One such positive is found in the sphere of optometry. Devi Sankaree Govender, on tonight’s show, will visit an institute that has developed specialised eyewear, fit with AI, that allows partially blind patients to see in incredible detail.
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For as long as it has been established, the Carte Blanche Making a Difference Trust has touched thousands of lives and it continues to do so.
This time around, the Trust is on the verge of completing its 19th project that seeks to cater to patients who have suffered paediatric burns. Find out about this and all the great things the Trust has achieved over the years on tonight’s episode of Carte Blanche.
Carte Blanche airs on Sunday at 19:00 on M-Net, DStv channel 101, and again at 20:00 on M-Net Plus 1 channel 901. Some inserts are also made available online.