Zeinab Badawi (born October 1959) is a Sudanese-British television and radio journalist. She was the first presenter of the ITV Morning News (later known as ITV News at 5:30), and co-presented Channel 4 News with Jon Snow from 1989 to 1998, before joining BBC News. Zeinab Badawi was a prolific broadcast journalist for the BBC on both BBC Four and BBC World News, and Reporters, a weekly showcase of reports from the BBC. She is a Broadcaster and economist. She has worked on programmes HARDtalk, Global Questions and World Debate among many others
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- "There has been a way of seeing Africa in terms of poverty and conflict which has become a kind of shorthand for the continent that still persists today."
- "One of Africa's best kept secrets - its history", BBC News (1 July 2017)
- Achebe gave a voice to Africans for generations to come, including my own.
- "If situations arise where people feel that they have grievances, such grievances should be dealt with in the appropriate way with full transparency, using all the proper governance structures at hand."
- On SOAS when appointed the institution's president Arab News (c. October 2021).
- "If you are always guided by passion and compassion, you will truly have a life of meaning."
- "Inspirational quotes from UAL honourees 2015" University of the Arts London (20 July 2015).
- I see my hyphenated identity as an advantage that gives me a first-hand experience of both non-Western and European culture.https://en.unesco.org/courier/january-march-2018/zeinab-badawi-my-hyphenated-identity-advantage
- "For a long time it was the view that because Africa didn't always write, or have written document for his history that means Africa didn’t document its history. That is not true"
-  On Africa history
- "If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head"
- on Zimbabwe are interviewed by a Zimbabwean with a better command of the language