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Sara-Jayne King

Sara-Jayne King completed a degree in law before she ventured into journalism, working in London and Johannesburg.

More than a decade's experience in media means she’s no stranger to asking difficult and probing questions.

Sara-Jayne has also added author to her list of accomplishments following the publishing of her first book titled ‘Killing Karoline’.

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Opposition parties take on 'dreamer' Cyril Ramaphosa over last week's Sona

Opposition parties take on 'dreamer' Cyril Ramaphosa over last week's Sona

MPs picked up from where they left off last Thursday following the president's State of the Nation Address.

How much plastic really ends up in the sea?

How much plastic really ends up in the sea?

UCT Prof Peter Ryan says there's a mismatch in the amount of plastic in the ocean and how much leaks from land into the sea.

Lawyers want 'perverse' race and gender quotas to be declared unconstitutional

Lawyers want 'perverse' race and gender quotas to be declared unconstitutional

A high court application has been launched by the Cape Bar which is seeking to have LPC election quotas declared unconstitutional.

'We're getting there' - CoCT's update on suspended Myciti N2 Express service

'We're getting there' - CoCT's update on suspended Myciti N2 Express service

The MyCiTi N2 express bus service between Khayelitsha, Mitchells Plain and the Cape Town CBD has been suspended for over a month.

Is Fikile Mbalula the man to get Cape Town's trains back on track?

Is Fikile Mbalula the man to get Cape Town's trains back on track?

The Minister of Transport on Tuesday experienced first-hand some of the frustrations of train commuters in Cape Town.

Helping restore dignity to Cape Town's homeless community

Helping restore dignity to Cape Town's homeless community

Cape Town-based NPO Souper Troopers holds regular gatherings for people sleeping rough on the streets of the mother city.

Has Boris Johnson scuppered his chances for a go at the UK's top job?

Has Boris Johnson scuppered his chances for a go at the UK's top job?

Police were called to the home of the prime ministerial hopeful following an alleged altercation with his girlfriend.

What NOT to do at the scene of a road accident

What NOT to do at the scene of a road accident

Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa explains what you should do if you're the first responder at the scene of an accident.

What does the future hold for vandal-hit Gugulethu fire station?

What does the future hold for vandal-hit Gugulethu fire station?

The station has suffered in excess of R500,000 worth of damage over the past 11 months and was most recently targeted on 14 June.