Toivo Ndjebela

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Toivo Ndjebela
Nationality Namibian
Education University of Namibia, University of Helsinki
Occupation(s)Journalist, editor
Years active2006– present
Title Namibian Sun, editor-in-chief
Website https://www.namibiansun.com/

Toivo Ndjebela is a Namibian journalist and the editor-in-chief of the Namibian Sun daily. He also worked as managing editor of the state-owned New Era newspaper.

Ndjebela holds a bachelor's degree in media studies from the University of Namibia (2006) and a master's degree in foreign reporting from the University of Helsinki (2007). He has worked as a deputy news editor at the state-owned newspaper New Era, reporter at the tabloid newspaper Informanté , and as senior journalist at the Windhoek Observer . He was appointed as the editor of the Namibian Sun in May 2012. [1] Ndjebela returned to New Era in 2014, and again to the Namibian Sun, as editor-in-chief, in 2019. In 2021, he along with veteran journalist and editor Gwen Lister, was acknowledged as champion of world press freedom. [2]

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References

  1. "New Editor for Namibian Sun". Namibian Sun. 17 April 2012. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 5 November 2016.
  2. Ngatjiheue, Charmaine (17 March 2021). "Lister, Ndjebela press freedom champions". The Namibian . p. 6.