Leonie Wagner started her journalism career as a court reporter. She traded her court shoes for champagne flutes reporting on SA's A-list celebrities as an entertainment reporter for The Times and later the Sunday Times. She is passionate about telling human interest stories and compelling features that give readers a glimpse of the realities of ordinary South Africans and high-profile personalities.

IN PICS | Gert-Johan Coetzee on what inspired latest collection

Blue beads lie scattered on the Nguni carpet. Also strewn on the concrete floor are black and grey garment bags with outfits. There's an array of ...

Tlale and Avon join to make up affordable luxury

The designer and cosmetics brand brought Tlale’s spring/summer collection to the fore at the weekend

‘I wanted to end it all’: ProVerb gets candid in tell-all memoir

To many South Africans, he has the world at his feet. But former rapper and Idols SA host ProVerb has revealed harrowing details of his deep ...

Geology graduate goes from rock bottom to changing lives with maths

While struggling to find work, she has devoted herself to helping pupils fall in love with numbers and equations

My first time playing at an event, I felt tears of joy, says Eezo the Blind DJ

When Raeez Kuhn gets on stage and puts on a blindfold before slipping into his DJ role, it is no gimmick.

Natural born spinners: meet the women tearing up tar – and stereotypes

Having just conquered the 'Hollywood of Spinning', they share their high-octane journey with us

OBITUARY | Danny Titus was ‘the right man for the right time’

The consummate activist, linguist and historian dedicated himself to empowering the Khoisan community

Joburg runners are taking back the streets

Johannesburg runners are taking back their streets under watchful eyes.

'The Healers’ is not ‘The Last Chapter' for us, reassures Black Motion

The house music duo take their DJ booth and drums to new heights on their latest album. Here's why they feel it's their best one yet

‘If police can kill a Down syndrome child, how can we trust them?’

The death of 16-year-old Nateniël Julies has triggered a “volcanic eruption” of anger in Eldorado Park.