Kayleen Morgan

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Kayleen Morgan is a junior multimedia producer at Eyewitness News.

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Precious Ramabulana's mother not coping after her murder

President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the family of slain student Precious Ramabulana in Limpopo on Sunday after the 21-year-old was stabbed 52 times. Ramaphosa said the perpetrator already had a pending rape charge and that such men should not live a comfortable life in prison.

HIV in KZN: The story of death to life

South Africa has the highest number of people in the world living with HIV despite the percentage of HIV declining by 16%. KwaZulu-Natal has the highest prevalence in the country. EWN visited Eshowe, a community which has drastically reduced the number of infections to find out how they did it with the help of Doctors Without Borders. But what will happen when they leave?

I'm going to slaughter 10 chickens for Mapimpi

While the Springboks are in the Eastern Cape, home province to three of its players, EWN visited the women who raised Makazola Mapimpi. Nofikelipi Mapimpi, his grandmother, beams with joy when recounting what it was like to watch her grandson play in the World Cup match ij which the Springboks became world champions.

GALLERY: Boks take Webb Ellis Cup tour to East London

East London Springbok supporters came out in thousands to support the national team's tour following their win at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan last week. The Boks are currently on a national tour showcasing their trophy.

'If this were elections, Springboks would win & Kolisi would be president'

The Springboks kicked off their Rugby World Cup victory tour in Pretoria with fans lining the streets singing, dancing and showing 'gees' to celebrate and welcome the world champs home. Speaking at the Union Buildings, President Cyril Ramaphosa said if this were elections, Springboks would be the ruling party.

'Honour legends while they're alive - Hugh Masekela Festival heads to Soweto

Event organisers say more needs to be done to ensure legends are remembered and taken care of while they're alive and in their passing as Hugh Masekela will be honoured at Soweto Theatre on 09 November 2019 with the Hugh Masekela Festival. This will be the first time the festival is held since his passing.

Local govt in a state of crisis - Prof William Gumede

Local government was a key topic at the second growth inclusive forum hosted by the Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation. Professor William Gumede, former President Kgalema Motlanthe and Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma weigh in on the state of local government in South Africa.

Bokke eat Italian for lunch

South Africa kept their hopes of moving into the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup well in hand with a 49-3 win over Italy on Friday. South Africa will take on Canada in their next match on 10 October.