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Beatrice Marshall is senior anchor for the twice daily “Africa Live” program. She is also host of “Talk Africa”, a weekly talk show that provides global viewers with an inside look at social, economic and political events shaping the African continent. Beatrice has interviewed 22 sitting African Heads of State and Governments, among other leading African politicians, decision-makers & thought-leaders. Before joining the launch team of CGTN Africa, Beatrice was chief anchor at KTN, Kenya’s leading network. She holds a Master’s degree from the University of Leicester in the UK.
Hannah Viviers is part of the CGTN anchor team in Nairobi presenting the twice daily “Africa Live” program. She joined CGTN Africa in July 2019. Hannah’s career, which began in South Africa, spans 17 years and includes her work as an anchor for the South African Broadcasting Corporation as well as global business news for CNBC. Hannah holds a degree in Journalism and a Postgraduate qualification in Economics.
Mahia Mutua anchors “Sports Scene” Africa, a half-hour weekly sports program that focuses on sports from Africa and beyond. He has been at CGTN since 2013. Mahia has worked as a reporter, covering sporting events across the continent in Rwanda, Senegal, Uganda, and Tunisia. Prior to joining CGTN, Mahia served as a news, judicial and sports journalist for two Kenyan media houses.
Peninah Karibe is a news anchor and reporter at CGTN Africa. She is a seasoned journalist with 17 years’ experience. In her present role she has covered key events on the continent including the 2013 coup in the Central African Republic, the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, the M23 rebellion in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo and the COP 22, UN climate talks in Marrakech, Morocco.
Ramah Nyang is an anchor for the daily “Global Business” Africa program. Since joining CGTN Africa in 2012, he’s explored stories in different parts of the continent, from interviewing the then Nigerian President after the kidnap of the Chibok Girls, to reporting on the formation of the world’s biggest free trade area, the CFTA. Prior to joining CGTN Africa, Ramah worked with the top urban radio outlets in Kenya under the Radio Africa Group, as well as KTN, the Standard Group’s broadcast television channel.
Richard Nta is a presenter for “Africa Live”, “The Link” and the sports program. He has anchored many major breaking news stories on CGTN including coverage of recent elections in Nigeria. With more than 15 years of experience in television, Richard has also worked at Afro World View, ENCA News Network and Kwese Sport in South Africa.
Uche Okoronkwo anchors “Global Business” Africa. She joined CGTN Africa in 2015, after over a decade travelling across Africa working with major organizations such as Bloomberg TV Africa, CNBC Africa and BBC World News as an anchor/presenter and producer. Uche graduated with an MA in Business and Financial Journalism from Columbia University’s School of Journalism in New York.