eNCA Business launches on 11 March 2021

eNCA is set to launch a brand-new business show. eNCA Business is a live show that will air weekly on Thursdays starting on 11 March 2021 at 9pm.

The show will be produced and presented by eNCA’s vibrant and experienced business news team who have over 2 decades of combined experience and are trusted household names in this field.

Devan Murugan has long been the news anchor at eNCA and took over the leadership of the business news when he was appointed as Business Editor in October 2020.  During his tenure, Murugan has interviewed dozens of ministers, CEO’s and international newsmakers, among them civil rights activist Jesse Jackson and CNN anchor Richard Quest.

Rofhiwa Madzena worked in radio as a reporter and then as on-air producer for news and current affairs. She later transitioned from being a journalist broadcaster on TV to joining eNCA as business anchor and producer in 2018. One of the highlights of her career so far is winning the international Tabbie silver award for developmental journalism in 2018.

 

eNCA anchor/reporter, Rofhiwa Madzena.

Melitta Ngalonkulu was a financial journalist and also hosted a business-related podcast show prior to joining eNCA in November 2020 as a business anchor and producer. She won the Sanlam Best Newcomer in Business and Financial News award in 2017.

Seasoned business savvy reporters, Heidi Giokos and Mawande Kheswa complete the team as contributors to the show.

eNCA reporter, Heidi Giokos.

The show will reflect the various business issues that made news in the week and look ahead at what is unfolding in the business world. The team will share knowledge and insights gained from interactions and interviews made with business giants across all sectors and industries.

eNCA reporter, Mawande Kheswa.

“The role of business in the nation’s overall recovery is now underscored like never before. The scope and opportunity to share the South African and African business context is limitless. eNCA Business will uncover the impact that big business has on consumers and the economy, as well as share insights and learnings from business players across the fraternity” says Devan Murugan.

“The differentiating factor of the business show is the ability of the team to communicate and interpret market analysis and business performance in a way that can be appreciated by both consumers and corporate,” says Rofhiwa Madzena. “Now more than ever there is a need for viewers to be empowered with information that will help them understand and navigate the business landscape,” Madzena added.

“Devan and the eNCA Business team will share much needed insights with viewers on some of the biggest business and economic challenges facing the country.  We look forward to offering viewers content that enables them to be active participants in the recovery of our economy,” says John Bailey, Managing Editor of eNCA.

eNCA Business airs on eNCA (DStv Channel 403) from Thursday, 11 March at 9pm. Viewers can catch the repeat shows on enca.com.

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eNCA

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