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Kuli Roberts. Photo: Papi Morake/ Gallo Images
Kuli Roberts. Photo: Papi Morake/ Gallo Images


She was the Brenda Fassie of journalism. An unreconstructed feminist with a penchant for drama. A peacock-vulture hybrid armed with a pen. A motormouth par excellence.

Her name was Nomakula “Kuli” Roberts. She passed away suddenly this week, triggering an outpouring of love from celebrities, colleagues and the general public.

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