The South African Banking Risk Information Centre's Susan Potgieter says the crime is very prevalent at the moment.
Afternoon Drive with Joanne Joseph
Joanne Joseph is a household name in South Africa, having spent 20 years in the media industry, including a number of years hosting prominent TV news shows on eNCA and the SABC. Joanne will host the Afternoon Drive show.
Joanne’s broadcast career started in radio and she has extensive experience on the airwaves.
Joanne has presented several high-profile live broadcasts including the live coverage of Nelson Mandela’s passing broadcast internationally, Thabo Mbeki’s presidential inauguration, Walter Sisulu and Beyers Naudé funerals. She regularly MCs corporate functions in English and French and has produced documentaries for the United Nations Development Programme among others.
She has also authored a best-selling book, Drug Muled, Sixteen Years in a Thai Prison; teaches scriptwriting for broadcast and is a sought-after MC.
The show is produced by Keneilwe Sebola, you can email her here.
The Best of Afternoon Drive with Joanne Joseph
Joanne Joseph is a household name having spent 20 years in the media industry, including a number of years hosting prominent TV news shows.
Portfolio Manager at Denker Kokkie Kooyman gives his take following evidence from Lord Peter Hain at the state capture inquiry.
The Basic Education Department has released its scripted lesson plans and responded to the misinformation surrounding the matter.
Coordinator for the initiative Cyril Palany explains the motive behind the organisation.
Eyewitness News reporter Kgomotso Modise says there is no clarity over where the group will be housed.
The brothers, aged 10 and 12 were banned from writing exams for substituting their badly worn-out school shoes with takkies.
Workers are demanding an 8% salary hike, insourcing and an end to retrenchment plans.
Chairman of the Adopt a Project Initiative Steve Jourdan gives the details.
The Afternoon Drive's Joanne Joseph spoke to the university's archaeology department emeritus associate professor Simon Hall.