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What you need to know about the late media personality Catherine Kasavuli.

Catherine Kasavuli died at Kenyatta National Hosiptal where she was admitted over a month ago after her cancer ailment worsened. The illness intensified and she did not manage to leave the hospital alive.

Catherine died on the eve of Friday 30th December 2022 aged 60.

The media personality was born in 1962 and was raised in Nairobi West before attending Ngara Girls for her post primary education.

She began her career in media in 1980 after joining Voice of Kenya as a continuity announcer.

In the following year after joining Voice of Kenya as a continuity announcer, Catherine Kasavuli was blessed with her son Martin Kasavuli in 1981.

She later enrolled in Kenya Institute of Mass Communication to pursue media studies to enrich herself with media professionalism.

After completing her studies at Kenya Institute of Mass Communication, she joined the first privately owned Media Station called KTN in 1990 and became the first anchor to host a live broadcast at KTN.

She worked in KTN until 2007 when she joined Royal Media Service as a news anchor and media group corporate affairs manager.

In 2008, the late President Mwai Kibaki feted her with Order of the Grand Warrior for her outstanding contribution in the media industry.

In 2015, Catherine Kavuli opened a privately owned media company, Kasavuli Media Group Limited, and embarked on private practice until 2021 when she made a huge comeback in Kenya Broadcasting Corporation during its rebranding ahead of 2021 Word Rally Championship.

At the time of her demise, she was a news anchor at the State owned broadcaster and her demise was confirmed by the acting managing director, Samuel Maina.

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