Nzinga Qunta is a business news anchor with experience in radio and television, currently anchoring SABC 3 and SABC News’ daily business news show, On Point, as well as the prime time show, The Full View. Nzinga is able to work as an MC and facilitate discussions, conferences, events and seminars with a focus on business, entrepreneurship and innovation.
Her recent work includes facilitating two discussions at the World Economic Forum in Africa with the Presidents of Namibia and the Seychelles. She facilitated a discussion in Davos with CEOs, on the South African economy where President Cyril Ramaphosa was interacting with potential investors.
Nzinga acted as the programme director for the South African Investment Summit business dinner, interviewing the founder of the $365 billion tech company Alibaba, Jack Ma. She has also facilitated discussions at Brand Finance SA’s Top 50 most valuable brands event, Wits Business School’s women event, Sanral Horizon 2030, CIPS and more.
She has been a prime time television news anchor interviewing a range of people from government and business.
Nzinga Qunta has covered elections in 2014 facilitating debates and discussions with political parties across the spectrum every evening for 3 months, was part of the Nelson Mandela funeral coverage as well as Oscar Pistorius trial.
Nzinga is able to MC and facilitate discussions, conferences, events and seminars with a focus on business, entrepreneurship and innovation in both an intimate and large setting. Follow Conference Speakers on Twitter
Nzinga has a wealth of experience and expertise that she has learnt from her time in Journalism and MCiing at key corporate events and facilitating panel discussions
Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa
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Half Day: R30 000.00
Full Day: R45 000.00
Evening/Gala Dinner: R30 000.00
Combo package available of full day and evening - please send request