Robyn Curnow Biography
Robyn Curnow is a celebrated South African journalist and newscaster working at CNN as a news anchor for a pm and 7 pm newscast every Friday. She gained fame when working as CNN African correspondent when she covered the Boko Haram operations, South Africa president Jacob Zuma scandals, among other big stories.
Robyn Curnow Age
Robyn was born in 1972 in Australia. Her birth sign is Virgo. However, she has not disclosed her birthday.
Robyn Curnow Family
Robyn was born to both parents in Australia and raised in South Africa. However, she has successfully kept her family details off the media. We are reviewing this section, and we shall upload the facts once they are available from our reliable sources.
Robyn Curnow Height and Weight
Robyn has concealed her body measurements, including height, weight, dress and shoe size. However, we are following up on this section, and we shall upload the data once the facts are available.
Robyn Curnow Marriage
Robyn is married to her longtime boyfriend, fiancée, and companion Kim Norgaard. The couple has been in a longtime intimate relationship before they got engaged and married.
Robyn Curnow Children
The marriage between Robyn and Kim is blessed with two children. However, she has concealed details about the names and age of her children. We are reviewing this section, and we shall upload them once they are available from our reliable sources.
Robyn Curnow Education
Robyn acquired her education in South Africa. After her primary and high school education, she joined Witwatersrand University, where she pursued a degree in Journalism. Later, she joined the University of Cambridge, where she acquired a master’s degree in Philosophy and International Relations, graduating in 2001.
Robyn Curnow career
Robyn began her journalism career when she secured a job with BBC South African Corporation in 1995. She worked as a newscaster and general assignment reporter. She covered the death of Pope John Paul II and Asian Tsunami events. Robyn also covered the HIV/AIDS pandemic in South Africa. Robyn is also remembered for surrounding Nelson Mandela’s ailment, death, and covered live his funerals. She interviewed Mandela on his 90th birthday.
Robyn Curnow CNN
Robyn joined CNN in 2001 as a general assignment reporter in Europe. She covered diverse European events. Later, she was made the CNN correspondent for Africa, where she covered various events happening in Africa. She reported on the Soccer World Cup, Boko Haram Killings, Scandals surrounding South African President Jacob Zuma, among others. She also investigated and reported on Zimbabwe’s human rights, power abuse, and corruption state.
In October 2016, she covered the Mosul offense in Iraq and published a documentary that won her a nomination for Emmy Awards. She also covered the power challenges and Robert Mugabe controversies, and Harare news. She earned a Royal Television Society Awards for best Breaking news Coverage.
In the same 2016, she covered President Barack Obama’s Havana historic trip to Cuba besides bring live the death of Fidel Castro. She held famous interviews with president Bill Clinton and First Lady Mitchel Obama during her visit to Africa. Robyn has also interviewed the famous Oprah Winfrey, Bishop Desmond Tutu, besides reporting on the ANC party criticism in South Africa.
Robyn has published several magazines, including Vogue Magazine, Marie Clare, and the International Herald Tribute
Robyn Curnow Salary
Robyn is approximated to receive an annual salary of $58,900 from her journalism career.
Robyn Curnow Net Worth
Robyn is presumed to have a net worth of $2.2 million including her assets, earnings, and investments. She derives her wealth, mainly from her journalism career.