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 12 Nov 2015 10:59 am
Karabo Moseneke, a mother whose four sons were jailed for fighting apartheid, tells eNCA's Karyn Maughan about her painful journey.
South Africa 04 Nov 2015 05:30 am
The Supreme Court of Appeal has reserved judgment on the state's bid to challenge the athlete's culpable homicide conviction.
South Africa 19 Oct 2015 14:11 pm
Oscar Pistorius, who was convicted of negligently killing Reeva Steenkamp, will be released on probation on Tuesday.
South Africa 15 Oct 2015 18:36 pm
On Thursday the Kgosi Mampuru parole board signed off on Pistorius’s probation, after being blocked two months ago.
South Africa 13 Oct 2015 17:51 pm
Law and Order rattled again as National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega and suspended Ipid chief Robert McBride are embroiled in another controversy.
South Africa 02 Oct 2015 18:35 pm
South Africa’s Statistician-General says more needs to be done to enable victims of sexual violence to come forward.
South Africa 01 Oct 2015 18:29 pm
While the DA has now revoked King Dalindyebo's party membership, they initially accepted his association despite knowledge of multiple violent offences.
South Africa 29 Sep 2015 19:09 pm
The crime stats won't help South Africans sleep any better as the murder rate rises for a third consecutive year.
South Africa 17 Sep 2015 15:20 pm
The parole review board is expected to meet in Durban to consider the legality of the Paralympian's release but his parole applictaion like his trial has been filled with drama.
South Africa 17 Sep 2015 06:20 am
But the Blade Runner's lawyers have a bigger fight on their hands – an appeal which could see him stay in jail for many more years.