Hibaq Said is a multi-faceted business journalist, with vast experience in agriculture, energy, infrastructure, development and financial reporting among many others.
Victor Muyakane is an experienced journalist with a career spanning the various sub-disciplines of journalism. From writing, reporting, producing, presenting and much more, his experience runs the whole gamut of journalism, with excellence, dedication and humanity.
Andrine Kilemi is a female Kenyan Journalist. She works at TV47 as a Swahili news anchor and a bilingual news reporter with a keen interest in current affairs, education and climate change. She is also the producer and host of an education show Tasnia ya Elimu that airs every Saturday from 10.00am. Andrine is a graduate of Daystar university with a B.A degree in electronic media and public relations.
Flora Limukii is a passionate, self-driven and determined journalist who has a keen interest in political journalism/climate change reporting and news anchoring.
Fred Indimuli is a journalist with close to 20 years’ experience in Kenyan media. He has served in various roles including as news anchor for both radio and TV, presenter, reporter, editor and newspaper columnist.
Stanley Nyaringita is a multifaceted journalist at Cape Media Limited. He co-hosts the breakfast show 'Morning Cafe' as well as anchors 9pm every Wednesday on ' The Daily Report' The Kenyatta University graduate is passionate about peace, climate justice and a free media in Africa, which reflects on his day to day reporting.
Alela Jenipher Linda is a trained journalist with over eight years of experience on both Radio and Television and still pursuing advanced studies on corporate communication.
He began his career at the County Assembly of Kirinyaga in 2015 and later joined the African Virtual University (AVU) in 2016. In 2017, he joined KTN News (Standard Group PLC) where he served in different capacities rising to the position of Anchor / Reporter. In his capacity as a dedicated media practitioner, Maringa extensively reports and researches on local, regional and international stories. He has also filed stories from other countries including Finland, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Somaliland and Somalia. His role as a prime time and daytime Anchor has seen Maringa interview a raft of leaders and decision makers on the issues affecting Kenya and the rest of the world today. He has secured interviews with Cabinet Secretaries, Governors, Ambassadors, Diplomats, power players, politicians, policy makers, and captains of industry among others.
Grace Kuria is a seasoned Broadcast and Digital Journalist with over 8 years’ experience in the media industry. She currently works with Cape Media LTD, as a News Anchor and Reporter at TV 47. Prior to joining Cape Media LTD, Grace worked with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), where she was the Presenter of The She Word, a Pan African show that aired across more than 13 African countries weekly. Grace has also served as a New Media Editor at CGTN Africa, a News Anchor/Reporter at KTN News and a TV reporter at K24. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication (Broadcast option) from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT).
Paul Kirobi is a Multimedia Journalist with vast experience in News anchoring, reporting on politics and current affairs having begun his career with the Kenya News Agency.
Elizabeth Mutuku is one of the beautiful amazing presenter most TV and Radio stations have. Very secretive about her personal life and she has never revealed her Husband or her lover. She is a parliamentary reporter a jovial person and has great interest in politics and also loves traveling. Has a good taste of fashion.
Eric Munene is an experienced journalist with over ten years of dedicated service to the industry. Currently, he holds the positions of news anchor and bilingual news editor as well as translator at TV 47.