Haru Mutasa

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Haru Mutasa is a Zimbabwean-born broadcast journalist, currently working for Al Jazeera English.


Early Career

Mutasa began her career working for: the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), CNN, Television New Zealand (TVNZ), Associated Press Television News (APTN) and the STAR Sports network.

As a reporter based in Harare, Zimbabwe, Mutasa produced stories about her country for: CNN's Inside Africa, Television New Zealand (TVNZ) and APTN.

Al Jazeera English

Mutasa has been with Al Jazeera English since 2005, in the run-up to the station's launch.[1] She is a field-correspondent for the Southern Africa region, based in Johannesburg, in South Africa. Previously, she worked in East Africa, based at the bureau in Nairobi.[2][3] In addition to these regions, Mutasa has covered stories from across Africa.

Although known mainly as a news correspondent, Mutasa also hosts studio-based interview-programmes.



Harugumi Rozabella Uhuru Mutasa was born in Zimbabwe.[5] She was educated at the Dominican Convent High School, in Harare, and at Rhodes University, in Grahamstown, South Africa, where she earned her BA.[6]

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