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.
Even traffic cops forget their duties when they stop Phathu.
A heavily pregnant Emma walks towards the camera. She’s a natural, posing when instructed and turning her head on command.
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While struggling to find work, she has devoted herself to helping pupils fall in love with numbers and equations
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