Profiles on South Africa’s big media newsmakers
Caryn Gootkin explores the challenges facing lawyers as they are forced to change the way they communicate and shares her journey along this path. Plain language – two words guaranteed to te... Read more
The cartoonist, who is being sued by the country’s (likely) future president for damages amounting to R9-million, describes himself as a patriotic sceptic. “To me, a cynic is som... Read more
Growing up in Butterworth in the Transkei, her 73-year old grandmother Victoria Matolengwe’s constant chit-chat and the radio (which was always on) was the only means of understanding... Read more
She is “excruciatingly aware” of the fact that her gender and age are points of criticism for many, Liza Albrecht says as she settles down on a couch at the Paparazzi restaurant... Read more
The desire to make a mark drives Marvin Kgasoane – it’s the reason he wakes up in the morning. “I want to leave a name for myself. I’m not sure what that name is... Read more
It was their love of stories that led Charlene and Eddie Stanley to television news. Charlene studied law at the University of the Free State. “Although journalism was at the back of m... Read more
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