Meet our Team

Karyn Maughan

Karyn Maughan is an award-winning journalist who began her career working in a mortuary. She rapidly carved out a niche in crime and justice reporting, becoming the youngest ever High Court reporter at one of South Africa's most respected publications. She made the transition to broadcast journalism joining eNCA as a specialist reporter. Karyn has also co-authored a South African best seller, "Lolly Jackson: When Fantasy Becomes Reality".

South Africa 30 Jan 2017 19:46 pm
The Gupta family has responded to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, who says they're targeting him and Treasury.
South Africa 26 Jan 2017 19:50 pm
The acting police commissioner is refusing to back down. Khomotso Phahlane is defending his position, saying he'll fight corruption allegations.
South Africa 25 Jan 2017 06:35 am
The ANC faces legal action from opposition parties, despite rubbishing allegations of a so-called secret smear campaign.
South Africa 06 Dec 2016 19:13 pm
A policeman accused of killing his wife two years ago has finally been ordered to hand in his firearm.
South Africa 05 Dec 2016 18:56 pm
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel has expressed shock that a policeman who is on trial for the murder of his wife, is still armed and on duty.
South Africa 08 Nov 2016 19:22 pm
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng blasts a racist Sars employee's bid to be reinstated, saying it's unreasonable.
South Africa 02 Nov 2016 15:49 pm
Her 335-page report states that she uncovered evidence of corruption that should be referred to the National Prosecuting Authority.
South Africa 29 Oct 2016 09:56 am
Chief Justice, Mogoeng Mogoeng says the fraud prosecution of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is in the hands of the courts – and they have shown themselves to be truly independent.
South Africa 18 Oct 2016 08:51 am
Former Deputy Chief Justice and Wits Chancellor Dikgang Moseneke said the Fees Must Fall protests are legitimate and echo the 1976 uprising.
South Africa 13 Oct 2016 15:44 pm
The Democratic Alliance has been adamant that the decision not to prosecute President Zuma in light of the overwhelming evidence against him was irrational.