Crime, family and nostalgia: ‘White Lies’ unveils South Africa’s intriguing secrets

This new binge-worthy murder mystery mastefully dissects one wealthy family's dynamics against the backdrop of a society grappling with its past sins, writes Leonie Wagner

17 March 2024 - 00:00

Driving through the winding roads of Bishopscourt, Cape Town, the air is warm and thick with a slight hint of eucalyptus and the ocean breeze. Towering trees stand as silent guardians, casting gentle shadows over manicured lawns. Each residence is a testament to opulence and generational wealth. ..

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