BTS: A trolley full of outtakes

A short behind the scenes look at the shoot for the VAT story I just posted. There were many more takes, TV isn’t as easy as it looks.

The effort it took from a technical point of view, had a bit of a workout pushing around the 100kg’s that is Kyle Haffajee.

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No April fools as SA reacts to VAT increase

Cape Town, 1 April, 2018 – The recent VAT increase will take its toll on low-income households, which often use most of their money on consumable goods.

Unions and NGOs say the planned review of zero-rated goods is necessary to offset the financial burden of the increase.

There are 19 basic food items that are not affected by the VAT increase.

They include brown bread, milk powder, maize meal and vegetable oil.

This list is meant to be a way of reducing the VAT burden on low-income consumers. Watch full story below.

 

#SAHealthcare – Mental health in the Western Cape

Cape Town, 26 March, 2018 – eNCA’s special coverage on the public healthcare system in South Africa all day today on #DStv403. Painful lessons emerged from the Life Esideimeni tragedy. Forcing provincial health departments to up their efforts on oversight. In the Western Cape, a drive to license all facilities housing more than four patients, is underway to do just that. eNCA’s Pheladi Sethusa reports. Courtesy #DStv403 

Land for the Living march in Cape Town

Cape Town, 21 March, 2018 – While many South Africans were commemorating Human Rights Day yesterday, a group of Capetonians took to the streets. Marching under the banner Land for the Living, marchers called for more urban land to be prioritised for affordable housing. eNCA’s Pheladi Sethusa filed this report. Courtesy #DStv403

CRL to appear before parliament

Cape Town, 20 March, 2018 – The CRL Rights Commission will come face to face with Parliament today after blaming it for the Engcobo shooting. Five officers and an off-duty soldier were shot dead after a group attacked eNgcobo police station last month.