#MiddayReport Roundup: Lunchtime Three

The rundown: Who is TB Joshua? Veteran investigative journalist and author Jacques Pauw speaks of a bribe attempt and describes being 'incarcerated' in Joshua's church for almost 3 weeks.

Further afield: EWN UK Correspondent Gavin Grey says a high turn up of the 4,2 million registered Scots is expected at today's referendum underway.

Back home: IEC Vice-Chair Terry Tselane caught up with Stephen Grootes on hosting a 13-country delegation on a conference on electoral transparency.

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