What are a few pain points your industry can improve on? What are you working on right now? Sometimes in the shower, sometimes on the treadmill, sometimes while out filming on location. After a successful run in broadcasting, she took time-out to pursue her postgraduate studies in England, after being awarded a scholarship from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the British Government.
My quirkiest interview though was with Bob Geldof, about aid stimulating growth.
Getting the extra work done when we have the time for it gives us all some more breathing space. What do you love about your industry? Lerato Mbele is a South African journalist. Mbele was invited to participate at the World Economic Forum Africa as a media leader and regularly features as a moderator at high-level events such as the annual meetings of the African Development Bank.
She also received an award for literature from the Department of Psychology, from Amherst College, Massachusetts. We also have a special edition coming up about the lucrative game-hunting side of tourism, challenging the conservation side.
Their dream finally came to fruition in the Karen Hospital, and I got the opportunity to go on a walkabout in the hospital. I can also play the piano, albeit badly. Where do you live, work and play? What are the tools of your trade? Describe your career so far. Then superficially, I really am a girly-girl at heart with a love of perfumes - I have 15 favourites and the one I love most depends on my mood at the time.
I challenged him on certain points, which led to him dropping the f-bomb a few times about the issues at hand. The industry definitely needs to invest more in production staff when covering breaking news. I love doing yoga in Design Quarter, Fourways; playing with my family on the beaches in KZN; and when I have more money to spend, going further afield to Mauritius, Paris and Senegal, with a trip to Thailand coming up soon.
Mbele was also previously the co-editor of Designing Democracy, an anti-poverty ambassador for the Southern Africa Trust and a recipient of literature awards from the World Association of the University of Women.
So in order to understand the profit-motives and the environmental consequences, we have gathered views and analysis from South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Tell us some of the buzzwords floating around in your industry at the moment, and some of the catchphrases you utter yourself.
Her career began as an intern at the SA Broadcasting Corporation, where she quickly rose through the ranks of the radio current affairs, to eventually host a diplomatic Programme titled the Ambassadors at SABC Africa.
I was born in South Africa and I still live here. What advice would you give to newbies hoping to crack into the industry? No marathons yet; I need to build up my strength first, but whilst I have found that running can be gruelling, it is a wonderful way to get in touch with my own body and see how strong it really is.
Technological skills are also a big must-have, and keeping in touch with new ways of doing TV, using technology to enhance it, such as taking a story online and vlogging or including podcasts to keep on trend. They are a pair of cardiologists from Kenya, who dreamed of building a private high-care facility in Nairobi.
We discover so much just from being out and about and talking to others. Watch this space; this is about more than just singing in the shower. Here I interviewed the state president; trade union leaders and various heads of state from Africa, such as Paul Kagame of Rwanda. Tell us a few of your favourite things.
He is funny, young and doing business in a quirky way.Lerato Mbele is a South African journalist. Mbele is presenter of Africa Business Report on BBC World News. Her career began as an intern at the SA Broadcasting Corporation, where she quickly rose through the ranks of the radio current affairs, to eventually host a diplomatic Programme titled the Ambassadors at SABC Africa.
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Lerato Mbele is presenter of Africa Business Report on BBC World News. Lerato joined the BBC in as presenter of flagship breakfast radio programme Newsday on the BBC World Service.
Prior to that, she served as a senior business anchor for CNBC Africa when it launched in Lerato Mbele is a broadcaster working for the BBC.
Mbele is presenter of Africa Business Report on BBC World News. She used to be one of the main presenters of Newsday on the BBC World Service. Mbele began working for the South African Broadcasting Corporation inrising to become an anchor for.
BBC World News has announced that in October, it will launch Africa Business Report, a new weekly flagship business TV programme, presented by Lerato Mbele, covering key business stories and trends from across Africa.
It will broadcast weekly on BBC World News. Africa Business Report will be produced from the BBC‘s production. Lerato Mbele is a South African journalist and broadcaster working for the BBC.
Mbele is presenter of Africa Business Report on BBC World News. She used to be one of the main presenters of Newsday on the BBC World Service. Early lifeEducation: University of Cape Town, University of London. Lerato Mbele; Africa Business Report Clips. How is Uber doing in Africa? Africa needs to up its tech game, says Kenyan minister.Download