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I challenged him on certain points, which led to him dropping the f-bomb a few times about the issues at hand.

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Throughout the campaign, Botswana will capitalise on high traffic platforms across the various BBC World media platforms. Mbele: It's simple - journalism's no rocket science. Play: I love doing yoga in Design Quarter, Fourways; playing with my family on the beaches in KZN; and when I have more money to spend, going further afield to Mauritius, Paris and Senegal, with a trip to Thailand coming up soon. I challenged him on certain points, which led to him dropping the f-bomb a few times about the issues at hand. Other catchphrases we keep hearing at the moment are 'African Renaissance' and 'African revival', as it's definitely Africa's time to shine. Work: While the first chapter of Africa Business Report was filmed in London we found it missed that African feel, so we brought it back 'home' for the second season. Describe your career so far.

What are the tools of your trade? Mbele: 'Quirky! The campaign focuses on four key sectors which are Trade and Investment, Tourism, Culture and Mining. The show focuses on promoting investment opportunities in Botswana. It's a story of triumph and shows what happens when business and medicine mix.

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It's often a hour work day where you don't have time to stop and catch your breath, and means you have to make lots of compromises. What advice would you give to newbies hoping to crack into the industry? I'm seldom there; I spend maybe 10 days per month in South Africa so I really do see it as my sanctuary.

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On-the-job training is also crucial, where employers empower their workers for example by sending them on courses in financial reporting or even legal frameworks to enhance the accuracy of their reporting and training on security when out reporting in war zones.

Mbele: We've seen many organisations have to rationalise pay cuts since the recession, but the demand for news has increased - feeds on TV, radio and online.

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