how did karima brown die


Karima Brown, a prominent South African journalist and political commentator, died on the morning of October 30, 2019, after a long battle with cancer. Brown was born in Johannesburg in 1966, and studied at the University of the Witwatersrand before embarking on a career in journalism. She was a respected voice in South African media, and her work often focused on issues of race, politics, and gender. Brown was also a passionate advocate for press freedom, and was a founding member of the South African National Editors’ Forum. In her final years, Brown continued to work as a journalist and commentator, despite her health issues. She will be remembered as a fearless journalist and a powerful voice for social justice.

Karima Brown, a South African journalist and political analyst, died on Tuesday after being diagnosed with Covid-19.

Brown was a respected voice in South African politics, and her death has come as a shock to many.

Brown was born in Durban and raised in Johannesburg. She studied at the University of the Witwatersrand, before embarking on a career in journalism.

Over the course of her career, Brown worked for a number of media outlets, including the Mail & Guardian, eNCA, and the Sunday Times.

In recent years, she had become a regular contributor to the popular political podcast, The Daily Maverick.

Brown was known for her fearless reporting and incisive analysis. She was never afraid to speak truth to power, and her work was highly respected by her peers.

Her death is a huge loss to the South African media landscape, and she will be sorely missed.


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