Growing up disadvantaged in the Eastern Cape, becoming an international rugby star was the furthest thing from Siya Kolisi’s mind.
Charlotte has been a journalist and media practitioner for almost 20 years. She started her career as a cadet reporter at CapeTalk, has hosted shows, anchored morning news, and served as the CapeTalk News Editor.
After 8 years working as a news editor at 24-hour news channel, eNCA, she found her true passion in digital news.
Charlotte’s identified as a feminist since she was very young, and enjoys grappling with issues of social justice and economics.
From a township in Durban to the command of a research vessel breaking through Antarctica ice - meet Captain Knowledge Bengu.
From a tiny store in Cape Town to something of an empire within 20 years, Melissa’s has cemented itself in the hearts of SA.
In 2015, Sun Valley Primary made headlines for ditching homework. Now, meet the man at the helm of the school where kids are taught to think and how to fail.
Will more MPs join the exodus from the African National Congress’ caucus? Maybe, says EWN's Parliamentary correspondent Gaye Davis.
Meet The Test Kitchen's Luke Dale-Roberts, the man who is setting South Africa’s taste buds alight with high-end dining experiences that blow foodies out of the water.
A simple idea borne in late 2007 out of three broke guys’ need to make rent started a global revolution in the travel industry, and introduced the world to a new economy.
With a high profile career in the corporate world and a PhD from Harvard, Shirley Zinn is living proof that grit, resilience and hard work do pay off.
When Mark Solms returned to his family-owned wine farm in Franschhoek in 2002, he began to tackle one of the most contentious issues in South Africa - land reform.