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.
"Fourth camera angle" Marikana footage appears to further implicate police and raises questions about who ordered the use of deadly force.
Hundreds of women marched on the makeshift Diepsloot police station, babies and children strapped to their backs.
The killing of two toddlers in Diepsloot has seen residents protest in anger but it is mothers who are affected the most, writes Sarah Evans.
A high court ruling ordering Legal Aid SA to pay the legal fees of Marikana massacre victims sets a precedent for future commissions.
Three high-profile witnesses have raised concerns about a lack of openness at the arms deal commission, which has resumed its inquiry.
A unanimous Constitutional Court decision has clarified unions' fiduciary duties to their members.
Former ANN7 editor Rajesh Sundaram has called for an investigation into the channel after "incorrect" statements were made by home affairs.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that a union does not enjoy special protection from damages claims by its own members.
The ANC Women's League says it can't nominate a woman president because of "traditions" within the party. But why isn't this being challenged?
Following a report suggesting Jacob Zuma knew about a private aircraft landing at Waterkloof, further accusations have pulled him into the saga.