Zeinab Badawi (born October 1959) is a Sudanese-British journalist who works in television and radio. Before joining BBC News, she was the first presenter of ITV Morning News (later known as ITV News at 5:30) and co-presented Channel 4 News with Jon Snow from 1989 to 1998.
Badawi hosted World News Today, which aired on BBC Four and BBC World News, as well as Reporters, a weekly showcase of BBC reports. Badawi has led an annual Nobel laureate debate in conjunction with the Nobel celebrations in Stockholm, Sweden, for many years.
The show is broadcast on Swedish television.Badawi sponsored The History of Africa, a nine-part series based on UNESCO’s General History of Africa, in 2017. The documentary series aired on BBC World News in July and August 2017.
She received the President’s Medal of the British Academy in August 2018 “for her contributions to international political journalism.”
Zeinab Badawi Husband
Badawi is currently unmarried, but she was formerly married. There are no data regarding her previous relationship accessible. She has also kept quiet about her marriage and hubby.
Zeinab, on the other hand, has previously stated that she and her husband have been divorced for a long time. she is a mother of four children.
Zeinab Badawi Net Worth
Badawi has acquired a net worth of $6 million throu her career as news anchor and journalism career