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From Monday the 12th of March Bongani Bingwa will be co-hosting the 18:00 to 21:00 slot with me. He will also present the 21h00 bulletin which simulcasts on SABC 3. Mr. Bingwa brings to the SABC a wealth of knowledge in journalism for both radio and television news and current affairs. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
Bongani Bingwa is never shy to share his views on big topics in the world of news, but the Breakfast Show host on Radio 702 is a proud dad and foodie too.
The chart of the day relates to a big buzzword - Bitcoin. And you may know some investors in the biggest virtual currency who are looking a little ashen of late. Bitcoin, is struggling to recover after a massive drop at the weekend. The sell-off began after a small South Korean crypto-currency exchange reported it had been hacked and money had been stolen. That has raised concerns about the integrity and security of all crypto-currencies. Bitcoin fell by more than 10% over the weekend to less than $7000 per coin. That's less than half of the record high reached for one Bitcoin near $20 000 in December. Bitcoin also fell a further one per cent on Tuesday. The public ledger system behind Bitcoin allows different computers from around the world to agree on the state of the system, an how much Bitcoin is in everyone's wallet, while the owners of the wallets can remain anonymous. Transactions are packed in blocks which no individual or group can control, so the system is seen as watertight. Bitcoin was originally currency invented by internet wizzes and there were concerns that, because transactions could not be traced to the people behind them, it was being used by criminals. Now that it has become a mainstream investment the risk of hacks and scandals has risen. The crypto currency market is highly volatile and has experience several crashes, although thus far it has always sprung back and pushed higher. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
Bongani Bingwa was just a wide-eyed 12-year-old when he moved with his parents from Mthatha in the Transkei to the City of Gold. Awed by the skyscrapers, the freeways, and the hustle and bustle of Joburg life, he felt like Harry Potter arriving at Hogwarts. And just like that famous wizard-in-training, Bongani would soon be weaving a spell of his own, not with a wand and incantations, but with his natural charisma and his prowess as a public speaker. As the winner of a school debating contest, Bongani was invited onto the set of the SABC breakfast show, Good Morning, South Africa, where a producer watching from the sidelines saw something special in his articulacy and his on-camera presence. In true Hollywood fashion, Bongani was invited to audition for a role as presenter on a children’s TV show. That was just the start of a TV and radio career that has earned Bongani prime slots on Carte Blanche and 702, where he currently hosts the Breakfast Show, interviewing newsmakers, movers, and shakers, and sharing his outspoken views with his growing legion of listeners. But Bongani has a moving and powerful story of his own to tell, about transformation, revolution, love, learning, marriage, the joys of fatherhood, coping with tragedy, and discovering his true self as an out-and-proud gay man. Bongani sat down with Ruda for a candid chat about his professional and personal life, and what he has learned about the healing power of change.
This festive season, Ozow.ME teamed up with Bongani Bingwa to find those in need of festive cheer. Watch the video to find out how he made one family’s day. Download Ozow.ME on Google Play: 🤍 Apple Store: 🤍 Huawei AppGallery: 🤍 #OzowME #PaymentsForEveryone #OzowFestive
Bongani in conversation with R&B soul singer Karyn White
SIU explains how Actress Terry Pheto is implicated in fraud allegations
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𝗧𝗵𝗶𝘀 𝘀𝘁𝗼𝗿𝘆 𝗼𝗿𝗶𝗴𝗶𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗮𝗶𝗿𝗲𝗱 𝗼𝗻 𝟴 𝗠𝗮𝘆 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟮. Are Johannesburg’s affluent northern suburbs being terrorised by someone with an appetite for fire? Recently, at least 11 upmarket homes have been broken into and set alight, raising fears that an arsonist is at work. But does the evidence support that conclusion? In some cases, valuables were stolen while in others the homeowners appear to have been deliberately attacked. Yet, despite the different modus operandi, the suspect or suspects’ penchant for fire has investigators puzzled. Carte Blanche investigates. Subscribe to Carte Blanche: The Podcast: 🤍 - Visit the Carte Blanche official site: 🤍 Find us on Catch Up: 🤍 Stream the show live on DStv Now: 🤍 Watch more series and movies on Showmax, start your 14-day free trial here: 🤍 Get DStv: 🤍 Like Carte Blanche on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Carte Blanche on Twitter: 🤍 Be a fan on Instagram: 🤍 #CarteBlanche #TrueCrime #Arson #Fire #Crime #Investigation
Bongani probes Aaron Motsoaledi, the National Minister of Health, on the state of the department and the new "No-Co-Payment" amendment that is going to be passed
Bongani Bingwa is a renowned presenter and journalist. That’s why we tasked him with finding the festive stories that matter. Watch what happened when he joined Ozow for the day to make a difference in the lives of ordinary South Africans. Download Ozow.ME on Google Play: 🤍 Apple Store: 🤍 Huawei AppGallery: 🤍 #OzowME #PaymentsForEveryone #OzowFestive
Putting his investigative skills to good use, Bongani Bingwa uncovered the stories that matter this festive season. Find out what happened when he joined Ozow.ME for the day to make a difference in the lives of ordinary South Africans. Download Ozow.ME on Google Play: 🤍 Apple Store: 🤍 Huawei AppGallery: 🤍 #OzowME #PaymentsForEveryone #OzowFestive
DALRO Managing Director, Lazarus Serobe sat down with Bongani Bingwa on the Radio702 Breakfast Show to talk about Copyright. Listen as Lazarus looks at: ✅ What is Copyright? ✅ Who is the Copyright Holder? ✅ What are the remedies for Copyright Infringements? To learn more, visit https:🤍dalro.co.za. To contact us, send an email to dalro🤍dalro.co.za or call +27 (0)10 822-7469 during office hours. Follow us on: Facebook: TheDALRO 🤍 Twitter: TheDALRO 🤍 Instagram: TheDALRO 🤍 LinkedIn: TheDALRO 🤍
Bongani Bingwa (Carte Blanche) gives his inspiring message to the matriculating class of 2021.
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Eskom Board Member Busi Mavuso speaks to Bongani about the heated SCOPA meeting
Bongani Bingwa has been a television presenter and voice-over artist for over 15 years. His experience includes a variety of shows, both serious and frivolous entertainment. He has worked on Channel O, SABC English News, Your Own Business to mention a few, and of course, he is currently a presenter-journalist on Carte Blanche. Bongani joined the programme as an anchor for Carte Blanche Africa - the version of the show that is screened outside Southern Africa and abroad. He has interviewed ordinary folks as well as international stars and leading politicians. Highlights include Luther Van Dross, George Benson, Spike Lee, government ministers, opposition political leaders, authors and other high profile individuals - too many to mention! Bongani is a proficient and sought-after Masters of Ceremonies for corporate conferences and special events.
The battle for Jacques Pauw’s new book to be removed from shelves intensifies
Bongani Bingwa, journalist and host of the 702 morning show Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa, immediately grasped the impact the MiVoice app could have on the domestic work sector, when he interviews Hennie Heymans (CEO, MiVoice)
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