Susan Galloway talks to Melanie Rice about the extensive public interest in the Packham and the Van Breda murder trials.
Sara-Jayne King completed a degree in law before she ventured into journalism, working in London and Johannesburg.
More than a decade's experience in media means she’s no stranger to asking difficult and probing questions.
Sara-Jayne has also added author to her list of accomplishments following the publishing of her first book titled ‘Killing Karoline’.
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The National Credit Amendment Bill aims to help indebted consumers earning less that R7,500 per month, restructure their debt.
Uber Eats claims that its policy requires delivery drivers to check a customer's ID before handing over alcohol.
Stolen from her mother's bedside as a newborn 22 years ago, Zephany or Miché Solomon as she is now known, tells her story.
The designer and businesswoman passed away on Wednesday night following a brief illness, her company confirmed.
The High Court has ordered that the Public Protector personally pay some of the legal costs for the DA and Casac.
The current electoral system only allows only party candidates to stand for provincial and national election and not individuals.
A report reveals Africans are twice as likely to have their visa applications denied than people from anywhere else in the world.
Deidre MacKenna and Delmary Delport celebrate coloured identity and heritage using their brand Hello Coloured Life as a platform.