Transnet Pension Funds

07 May 2018, 14:44
For 15 years, desperate Transnet pensioners have been calling for pension increases they could actually live on. By...

The Silver Bullet

07 May 2018, 14:43
A revolutionary drug discovery by scientists at the University of Johannesburg is taking the fight against cancer to...

Snake Park

30 April 2018, 18:40
Situated next to one of the world’s largest mine dumps, Snake Park near Soweto, is a community in distress with an...

Kidnapping Spree

30 April 2018, 18:35
Kidnapping wealthy business owners is fast becoming the latest money-making operation for brutal, crime syndicates who...

Goldman Girls

30 April 2018, 18:30
The new nuclear deal pushed by former President Jacob Zuma would have been the largest procurement ever undertaken in...

Carte Blanche’s response to Mayor Herman Mashaba

23 April 2018, 20:21
This past Sunday, Mayor Herman Mashaba was interviewed on the topic of the state of the City of Johannesburg’s road...

Sebokeng – Making a Difference in Tiny Lives

25 November 2016, 13:37
On 28 February 2018, the Gauteng Premier’s Service Excellence Award was given to the Carte Blanche Making a...

Tygerberg Children’s Hospital

30 November 2015, 12:18
For its seventeenth project, the campaign plans to help babies and children admitted to Tygerberg Children’s...

Top Tech for Frere

02 November 2014, 13:36
Funded by the Carte Blanche Making a Difference Campaign, the East London’s Frere Hospital now boasts two new state...

Making A Difference at Kalafong

22 December 2013, 19:00
The Carte Blanche Making a Difference Trust was launched on Carte Blanche’s 20th birthday. Five years on and many projects later, a much-needed paediatric burns facility has been opened at Kalafong Hospital.

CB20: King Edward VIII Hospital One Year On

16 June 2013, 21:00
While bureaucratic bungling and botched hospital procedures in KZN are costing lives and taxpayers billions, one...

CB20: Legacy 2012

23 December 2012, 9:31
A good year for the Carte Blanche Making A Difference Trust with the opening of a brand new paediatric hospital at King Edward VIII in Durban, financed by the private sector. But it hasn’t stopped there.