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Charlotte Kilbane

Charlotte has been a journalist and media practitioner for almost 20 years. She started her career as a cadet reporter at CapeTalk, has hosted shows, anchored morning news, and served as the CapeTalk News Editor.

After 8 years working as a news editor at 24-hour news channel, eNCA, she found her true passion in digital news.

Charlotte’s identified as a feminist since she was very young, and enjoys grappling with issues of social justice and economics.

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