Wendy Knowler Consumer journalist

Wendy Knowler is one of SA's foremost consumer journalists, known for her columns published by TimesLIVE and her contributions to radio stations. She also hosts training workshops for businesses around SA. Her expertise is based on 20 years of mediating conflict between consumers and companies.

Not just any mask will do — buffs and masks with valves are ... Not just any mask will do — buffs and masks with valves are pretty ineffective

They may be more comfortable and easier to breathe through, but face masks with valves or vents, masks with a single ...

Bridal gown customers feel jilted as store closes, blaming ... Bridal gown customers feel jilted as store closes, blaming Covid-19

A Gauteng wedding dress retailer has shut up shop without warning, leaving scores of brides without the gowns they’d ...

When you're entitled to a store refund & reversed bank payments ... When you're entitled to a store refund & reversed bank payments explained

In this weekly segment of bite-sized chunks of useful information, consumer journalist Wendy Knowler summarises news ...

Why did baby wipes have such a bad whiff? Why did baby wipes have such a bad whiff?

Whatever caused a batch of Johnson & Johnson baby wipes on the SA market to smell “off" - resulting in many parents ...

In an accident, or missed an insurance payment? Here’s what you ... In an accident, or missed an insurance payment? Here’s what you need to know

In this weekly segment of bite-sized chunks of useful information, consumer journalist Wendy Knowler summarises news ...

Zero tolerance for mask-dodgers in SA's skies Zero tolerance for mask-dodgers in SA's skies

Under fire from passengers for being lax about passengers not conforming to mask wearing regulations on board their ...

Liqui Fruit recall — it wasn't glass Liqui Fruit recall — it wasn't glass

Pioneer Foods recalled about 270,000 cans of its Liqui Fruit grape juice after three consumers reported finding “small ...

'Highly unlikely' you can get Covid-19 from food, say experts 'Highly unlikely' you can get Covid-19 from food, say experts

It’s highly unlikely that you can get Covid-19 from food, says a team of international experts on food contamination.

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