Lerato Mbele

Lerato Mbele is a gifted journalist and broadcaster from South Africa. Lerato Mbele is a well-known broadcaster who has worked on shows such as Talking Business Africa, Africa Business Report, and Newsday.

Net Worth and Social Media

In terms of her online presence, Lerato Mbele joined Twitter in June 2012 and currently has over 40.4K followers on her @mbele lnb account. This individual may also be found on Instagram with the handle @lerato mbele queening. The journalist, on the other hand, has made her Instagram page private, so only her 7.5k followers may see her posts. Moving on, this writer has a $300,000 US dollar net worth.

Early life

Lerato Mbele is 44 years old, having been born on June 2, 1977. Her nationality is also South African, and she was born under the sign of Gemini. When it comes to her educational background, this celebrity attended the University of Cape Town.

She continued her study at a university in London. She went on to get her master’s degree in development studies from there. There is very little information available on this person’s parents, siblings, or other personal data.

She is also a Chevening Scholar with an MSc in Development Studies from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies. Similarly, she earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Cape Town and her master’s degree from the University of Stellenbosch.

Career and Professional Life

Caption: Lerato Mbele speaking at the World Economic Forum. Source: Flickr

Lerato Mbele is a well-known journalist and broadcaster in his professional life. The BBC employs this South African journalist. Furthermore, this journalist is currently presenting Talking Business Africa on the aforementioned network. She had previously given presentations on the Africa Business Report and Newsday. This individual was just appointed to the University of Cape Town’s council (board of directors).

When it comes to her professional career as a journalist, this individual began working for the South African Broadcasting Corporation in 1999. She quickly progressed through the ranks to become an anchor for the news show News at Ten.

Then, in 2007, this journalist became a founding member of CNBC Africa. She was hired as a senior business presenter for the channel. This journalist was a regular contributor to CNBC throughout her time there. She has covered a variety of other corporate events, such as the World Economic Forum, among others.

Caption: Lerato Mbele in an interview. Source: eNCA

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In the same way, this journalist joined BBC News in 2012. She came on board to assist with the debut and presentation of Newsday on the BBC World Service. Lawrence Pollard is her coworker on the aforementioned initiative. Every weekday from 6–8.30 a.m. (UK time), the pair performed.

She is also the host of the Talking Business Africa show. This show is a lifestyle business show that focuses on successful entrepreneurs and their business approach in both the boardroom and the production floor. The journalist investigates with the guest entrepreneurs for a hands-on experience.

In addition, this writer has long been a broadcaster for Africa Business Report. The aforementioned program was a weekly show that presented insights on various economic areas in African countries. Leading business figures from around Africa were also featured on the show. Interviews with this journalist may also be found on BBC World News and World Business Report.

Then, in 2014, this journalist was designated as a “Young Global Leader.” The World Economic Forum, situated in Switzerland, awarded this title to the cohort chosen that year. She was also a previous co-editor of

Designing a Democratic System. She was previously the Southern Africa Trust’s anti-poverty ambassador. She has also earned literature honors from the World Association of University of Women in the past.

Status of the Relationship

Lerato Mbele is married and content. Her husband’s name, on the other hand, remains a mystery. Despite this, the media refers to her spouse as “Mr. Roberts.” On April 15, 2018, the journalist married her boyfriend. Her partner had surprised her with a proposal on September 28, 2017. In the middle of an African wilderness, the proposal was made. Her spouse gave this journalist a Jenna Clifford Jewels engagement ring during their engagement.

Caption: Lerato Mbele on her wedding day. Source: Twitter

Body Dimensions

Lerato Mbele’s height, weight, dress size, chest-waist-hip measurements, and other body measurement statistics have not been confirmed. The journalist, on the other hand, has dark brown eyes and dark brown hair.