Carte Blanche's Masa Kekana: 30 years later the 5-year-old who watched is still carrying its message

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Masa Kekana.
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Thinus Ferreira sits down with Carte Blanche presenter and reporter Masa Kekana to talk about her work on South African television's foremost investigative magazine show.

Little did the 5-year old girl who watched Carte Blanche decades ago on M-Net (DStv 101) on Sunday evenings know that she was destined to be one of the trusted faces on the iconic South African current affairs show.

Now, 30 years later (she turns 36 on 1 October), Carte Blanche presenter and reporter Masa Kekana sits down to talk to Channel24 about her work on South African television's foremost investigative magazine show.

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