Following in-depth audience research, eNCA has decided to end the productions of three current affairs shows, namely Maggs on Media presented by Jeremy Maggs, CrimeWatch with Yusuf Abramjee and Madam Speaker with Iman Rappetti. These programmes will be replaced in time with new current affairs shows which are currently in development.
Says acting Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Maggs: “Audience needs constantly change and it is our job to recognise these changes and make necessary adjustments. My thanks to both Yusuf and Iman for the hard work they both put into compelling programming.”
eNCA can also confirm that it is revaluating its weekday and weekend line-up. This is carried out on a regular basis with the intention of improving programming and growing the audience of the country’s most watched news channel.
Maggs says when changes are made, eNCA will communicate those changes.
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e.tv is South Africa's first private free-to-air television channel. Launched in 1998, the channel broadcasts a full-spectrum programming service to 78% of South Africa's population. e.tv is owned by black empowerment group Hosken Consolidated Investments Limited and Venfin Limited.
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