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Carte Blanche: Here’s what’s on tonight, 30 December

The last show of 2018.

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Carte Blanche returns for the last time in 2018 this Sunday evening. With so much that has been covered by this investigative show, it is only fitting that they close the year off on a high.

We have seen it all, segments that left us shocked and others that showed a bleak future for South Africa. In the same breath, these stories have helped us shape an idea of what can be done to prevent further damage to this country.

A highlight of 2018, in our opinion, was the exposure of the grave corruption that plagues our government. Deputy Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo’s commission of inquiry into state capture revealed the rot that once led our nation.

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Carte Blanche, on tonight’s show, will give us their opinion on what the highlights of 2018 were for them. It will also cross the shores and investigate the reason behind a new growing market in the underworld of smuggling and illegal animal trade.

Here is what is on tonight’s show.

Carte Blanche reflects on 2018

The show has gone through it all this year. However, they have never fallen short of delivering an influential, impactful episode of the best investigative journalism you will ever see.

On tonight’s show, our favourite journalists will take us on a trip down memory lane and revisiting critical moments that were caught on camera this year.

The eve of New Year’s Eve is the best way to look back and reflect on ayear that once was and what better way would one want to do that if it is not with Carte Blanche?

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The illegal trade of Orangutans

The orangutan is the rich man’s new favourite pet. Carte Blanche will investigate, on tonight’s show, how these endangered animals make it across state lines all over the world without being seized.

It is truly a scary thought that if this trend is not stopped then orangutans may face extinction in 50 years from now.

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.