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Wandiswa Ntengento

Wandiswa Ntengento is a seasoned journalist based in South Africa. Ntengento has extensive experience in working as a broadcast journalist and producer in over 15 African countries. Over the 12 years in the field, she has built up expertise in broadcast, print and online journalism. She has worked at BBC World News across Africa and parts of the US as well as India as a Senior Producer for an Africa business TV programme. She works as a freelance TV Correspondent for Euronews, an France based TV news channel that broadcasts in Africa and Europe. She also works with Agence France-Press as a freelance text reporter covering South Africa. Ntengento has on-air TV reporting experience from one of South Africa's television news channels. Her passion is telling innovative, vibrant and under-reported stories from across Africa.

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