Graeme Hosken Senior reporter

A reporter for the past 20 years, Graeme Hosken's passion lies in reporting on human interest, crime, grime, corruption and salacious mobster murders. He has a keen interest in investigative reporting, after covering the leaked #GuptaEmails, and has begun delving into the world of podcasting.

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
Quiet reflection and food for the poor as Babita Deokaran's family mark her ...

The corruption whistleblower, who was gunned down outside her Winchester Hills home in the south of Johannesburg in August, would have turned 53 on ...

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
Gangsters’ paradise: SA besieged by organised crime, says report

Global research reveals how sophisticated criminal gangs tightened their grip on Africa during Covid-19

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
SIU guns for ‘inflated’ profits of Gauteng Covid school cleaning firms

Tribunal hears how a range of companies not on database for cleaning and sanitation benefited from bloated contracts

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
Conservationists declare nuclear war on rhino poachers

SA-driven research project will see radio-active microchips inserted in the animals’ horns as an added layer of protection

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
SA rower accused in 2018 UK university sex scandal

British police declined to pursue criminal charges in group rape complaint, but SA athlete was suspended by the university for violating sex abuse ...

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
LISTEN | Poachers decimate SA’s rare plant species

A R1m hit on a succulent and cactus nursery is the latest in a spate of raids as international syndicates target SA's rare and endangered plants

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
I have nothing to do with it: Zweli Mkhize distances himself from Babita ...

Former health minister Zweli Mkhize has denied any involvement in Babita Deokaran's murder and has asked Ipid to investigate the circumstances of how ...

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
Moti brothers kidnapping: Silence may signal negotiations are at a sensitive ...

Police teams assigned to work on securing hostages' freedom can involve a core team of 10 senior officers and up to 200 people on the ground.

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
'You can understand why we were angry': Pretoria cops' cool heads avert voting ...

Cool heads and nerves of steel from police averted a potential disaster in Pretoria on Monday, when hundreds of furious Mamelodi East residents tried ...

Graeme Hosken Senior reporter
'They are all full of nonsense': Disillusionment and dissatisfaction in ...

Voting is slow in Nelmapius, and voters are generally not happy with their political leaders.