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Haru Mutasa

Haru Mutasa is a Zimbabwean-born broadcast-journalist, currently working for Al Jazeera English.


Career

Al Jazeera English

At Al Jazeera, Haru is a field-correspondent for the Southern Africa region, based in Johannesburg, in South Africa. Previously, she worked in East Africa, based at the bureau in Nairobi.[1][2]

As well as reporting news, Haru has worked as a host for studio-based interview-programmes.

Early Career

Before working for Al Jazeera English, she worked for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), CNN, Television New Zealand (TVNZ), Associated Press Television News (APTN) and the STAR Sports network.

As a reporter based in Harare, Zimbabwe, Haru produced stories about her country for CNN's Inside Africa, Television New Zealand (TVNZ) and APTN.

Awards

In 2007, Haru was a nominee for the "Young Journalist of the Year" award at the prestigious Royal Television Society awards.[3]


References

  1. ^ Al Jazeera English - About us - Release: African Line Up
  2. ^ Al-Jazeera says its English-language news channel will launch Nov. 15
  3. ^ Television Journalism Awards Winners 2007

External links

  • Al Jazeera English field correspondents
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