Sarah Evans is a Mail & Guardian news reporter.She's a recovering musician who became a journalist while interning for the Diamond Fields Advertiser in Kimberley.She spent three years reporting there before completing an internship at the Mail & Guardian Centre for Investigative Journalism (amaBhungane).Her areas of interest include crime, law, governance, and the nexus between business and politics.Her areas of disinterest include skyscrapers.
Two London-based critics won't testify at the Seriti commission of inquiry, despite the commission saying that it will reissue their subpoenas.
Hennie Van Vuuren, author and key critic of the arms deal, has declined to take the oath or give evidence at the arms procurement commission.
While the SA Weather Service says the sandstorms that swept through parts of SA are not a common occurrence, there's a logical explanation for them.
Freedom of expression versus hate speech or advocacy to incite violence is once again in the news, thanks to a song penned by rap group Dookoom.
As the Matlaila family face eviction in an area they claim to be ancestral land, a property company building units on the land says otherwise.
Controversial rap group Dookoom’s provocative words have reignited the debate about whether any potential censorship would be unconstitutional.
A group of organisations calling for the Sereti inquiry's disbanding said a commission statement labelling them 'foot soldiers' was racist.
Terry Crawford-Browne’s evidence to the Seriti commission is likely to feed into the assumption that he dreamt up his claims, writes Sarah Evans.
Despite plans to appoint more women to the Bench, the decision not to grant a woman judge a transfer has called the judiciary's equity into question.
The chief justice had harsh words for otherwise promising judicial candidates who did not contribute to an expeditious judicial system.