Fact or fake on Breakfast with Martin Bester

Fact or fake on Breakfast with Martin Bester

It is sometimes difficult to distinguish between real and fake news. 

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There have been many contradicting reports in South Africa about what is fake and what is real.

Fake news is news or stories created to deliberately misinform or deceive readers.

Breakfast with Martin Bester wants to inform you and lead you to the credible news, like Jacaranda FM News.

READ: South Africa records over 1,000 virus deaths, more than 50,000 cases


Fita’s challenge on the ban on tobacco products is set to be heard in the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday and cigarettes are still banned.

The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has dismissed reports that government will reinstate the ban on the sale of alcohol, which means alcohol sales will continue.

READ: Rumours of alcohol ban ‘fake news’ - Cogta


Sanitiser is NOT to blame for a burning X5 car in Johannesburg. Breakfast with Martin Bester received news that a car caught fire over the weekend after sanitiser ignited inside. However, the owner of the car cleared up the story for us, saying that the fire was not caused by the sanitiser.

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