Nastassia Arendse is a financial journalist based in Johannesburg. Before Moneyweb, she worked at CNBC Africa, SABC, Sky TV’s Freeview and Connect TV. She has been in broadcasting for eight years, working in television and radio. As a broadcaster and writer, she has interviewed a range of business leaders, including Barclays CEO Maria Ramos, Bidvest founder Brian Joffe and Comair CEO Erik Venter, among others.

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