13 December 1983
|Alma mater||Cardiff Business School|
City University London
Ramjaun was educated at the University of Cardiff's Cardiff Business School, where he obtained two degrees, followed by City University London, where he obtained a Postgraduate Degree in Journalism.
Ramjaun is a keen footballer and plays as a goalkeeper. While at Cardiff University he played for the University 2nd 11 and on occasions, when the team were desperate, the 1st 11. Infamously, in a Welsh Cup semi final against Wrexham University, Ramjaun spilled a simple high cross at the feet of the opposition striker to tap into an empty net, leading to a 2-1 defeat. Goalkeeping errors at Cardiff University are still known as ‘doing a Ramjam’.
Ramjaun joined the Newsround team in 2007 as a replacement for Thalia Pellegrini. Since then he presented a wide variety of reports and the main 5:00pm programme. His role was primarily as a Breakfast and weekend presenter. He also presented items on the Newsround spin-off show Sportsround.
In 2009, Ramjaun left Newsround to join BBC News. He joined the BBC's Breakfast team and regularly made special reports for the show. He also presented sport news on the BBC News Channel. Ramjaun was part of the BBC Sport reporting team at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
On 6 September 2010, Ramjaun joined ITV's newly launched Daybreak as a news correspondent, on 6 December 2011 he became a sports correspondent, on 31 August 2012 he moved on from the show but is still within the network on other projects.
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