Meet Naye Lupondwana
Naye Lupondwana is an award winning media practitioner currently consulting for the SABC’s news and information radio station, SA fm as a presenter/Talk show host.
Naye also anchored a current affairs news show for the SABC’s international news radio station, Channel African. He has been scooping exclusive interviews with national influences such as deposed President of Madagascar, Mark Ravalomanana. Naye’s world reach includes global authorities like Dr. Francis Deng, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Adviser for the Prevention of Genocide, a position he holds at the level of Under-Secretary General. Naye Lupondwana interviews party politicians, intellectuals, heads of state, literary giants, captains of industry, opinion makers, etc. Naye made his debut with television when he hosted a TBN news program called TBN News before he made his exodus to national broadcasting. Naye is an international speaker at many conferences such as the IEARN 2007 conference in Egypt, Cairo where he delivered
a paper title, “Young, Relevant, Aware and a Citizen of the World”. He also delivered a speech at the Youth for Human Rights International tour in Johannesburg Hosted by the head of Youth for Human Rights International, Mrs. Shuttleworth. He speaks to youth forums and student formations at Universities like at the University of Fort Hare and at The Tshwane University of Technology. He is often called to host & facilitate debates and conferences such as was invited to host the Steve Biko Foundation 30/30 Conference to make an example. His speaking and ceremonial appointments bridges borders when asked to facilitate investment breakfast forums between South African business people and African ambassadors. His aversion to historic revisionism and his despise of the lack of intellectual integrity, echo in his articulations.
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