Kayleen Morgan

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Kayleen Morgan is a junior multimedia producer at Eyewitness News.

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Don't Panic! It will be business as usual in banking sector

The Labour Court ruled that the planned banking sector strike would be unprotected. Trade union federation Cosatu and banking union Sasbo were interdicted by the court on Thursday. Banking Unity South Africa assured South Africans that it would be business as usual.

Case against fourth suspect in Amy'Leigh De Jager case postponed

The fourth suspect in the Amy'Leigh De Jager kidnapping case appeared in the Vanderbijlpark Magistrates Court and asked to apply for legal aid on Wednesday. Mohlomohi Bafokeng is the final suspect to appear in the matter related to the kidnapping of the six-year-old girl.

Are Comics the new Van Gogh?

The Art of Comics is the first exhibition of its kind at the Johannesburg Art Gallery. The selection of comic art shows how art and comics have been intertwined throughout history. SA superhero comic creator Loyiso Mkize speaks about how this is a platform to tell our own stories.

The Ndlovu Youth Choir's roots: A healing programme for Moutse

The Ndlovu Youth Choir is the first African choir to make it to the finals of America's Got Talent, but what many South Africans may not know is that the group was started as a healing programme in response to socio-economic issues in the small Limpopo village of Moutse.

'I'm tired, I want to go home' - Displaced foreign nationals

Hundreds of Mozambican, Zimbabwean and Malawian nationals who were displaced by the recent wave of clashes between locals and foreign nationals are living at community halls in Katlehong. They said they were ready to go home if South Africans didn't want them in the country, but warned that South Africans would regret it.

Malema: The police have failed South Africa's women

EFF leader Julius Malema, speaking at a press conference in Braamfontein, said the South African Police Service was one of the institutions that had not assisted victims of gender-based violence adequately, adding to the number of unreported cases.

Cele: No need for SANDF in Johannesburg

Speaking outside Jeppestown police station, Police Minister Bheki Cele said the unrest around Johannesburg is due to disgruntled residents which can't be likened to gangsterism in Western Cape.

Watson Family: Gavin Watson was a man of God

The family of Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson described him as a man of God who's only fault was "trusting other people too much". Speaking at his memorial, his housekeeper said she hoped his children would still be as good to her as their father was.