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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’.

Tune in to Late Nights for advice, more on the arts, the latest on breaking news (particularly international developments) and companionship.

Twitter: @thisisSJKing

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