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Karabo Kgoleng

Karabo Kgoleng is a seasoned broadcaster specialising in arts and literature.

She is passionate about social justice and mental health and has a keen interest in African politics, lifestyle, books and everything that makes for compelling conversation.

A proud South African who grew up in Botswana, Karabo loves to engage audiences in topics that move them to express themselves and take action. She is currently writing about international migration.

Because her passion keeps her going into the night, she keeps the 702 community in conversation on Late Night Talk on Sunday mornings from midnight to 3 am.

Karabo boasts witty intelligence, compassion and loves to geek out on new developments in technology and architecture.

With a wide variety of interests and an authoritative voice in the world of literature, Karabo is a sought-after facilitator and panelist at literary events throughout the country.

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