Arabile Gumede is a financial journalist with a career glowing from remarkable feats and interrogative work. The world of money, markets, finance and economics are where he has garnered a lot of his reputation as a leading commentator, reporter, anchor and writer.
He studied a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting at the University of Johannesburg and went on to pursue a career as a Financial & Business Journalist at CNBC Africa where he held positions such as Producer, Reporter & Junior Anchor.
He has hosted numerous debates featuring African heads of states such as Paul Kagame (Rwanda President) and Jacob Zuma; national commissioners and prominent business personalities including Former Reserve Bank Governor, Tito Mboweni.
ArabileG became eNCA’s Business Anchor and Reporter in late 2013, hosting many forums and interviews with the likes of fmr. Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, Sir Richard Branson & a plethora of JSE Top 40 company CEO’s.
ArabileG has featured in leading magazines, and maintains special attention for his research outlooks, while being a Master of Ceremony, Motivational Speaker, blogger and economic researcher. He has hosted a number of debates featuring African heads of states such as Paul Kagame (Rwanda) and Jacob Zuma, national commissioners and prominent business personalities including Former Reserve Bank Governor, Tito Mboweni.
“A well-functioning financial system requires better consumer-oriented financial literacy’’ – Angel Gurría, OECD Secretary-General.