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Anton Enus

Anton Enus is a broadcast journalist with more than 25 years' experience, has been presenting SBS World News bulletins since 1999. He began his career at the South African national broadcaster SABC as a radio news reporter. He moved on to become a parliamentary reporter, current affairs producer, TV news reporter and TV presenter, often anchoring the morning news show Good Morning South Africa.

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Anton provided a great emcee service to our event. It was the first time our Department had produced an event like the live interactive webcast and having Anton emcee provided that professional edge to what was a very successful event. It was great to see him engage with social media during the event

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Anton Enus's Biography

Anton Enus is a broadcast journalist with more than 25 years' experience, has been presenting SBS World News bulletins since 1999.

He began his career at the South African national broadcaster SABC as a radio news reporter. He moved on to become a parliamentary reporter, current affairs producer, TV news reporter and TV presenter, often anchoring the morning news show Good Morning South Africa.

Anton was part of the team that covered South Africa's historic return to democracy in 1994 and also filed stories from Rwanda, Burundi, Zaire, Uganda, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. He spent seven years as a correspondent for CNN World Report, a global news program, where he won Best International Report for his story marking the 25th anniversary of Chris Barnard's pioneering heart transplant. He also won the SABC Bokmakierie Award for radio current affairs. Before leaving South Africa, Anton presented the major evening national news bulletin.

Anton has hosted events such as the Unveiling of the Welcome Wall at the National Maritime Museum, the Victorian Premier Gala dinner and the 2009 Annual Walkley Awards for excellence in journalism and Diversity at Work. He has delivered keynotes to media students at the University of New England and at Monash University’s South Africa campus. He is a regular facilitator at the Sydney Writer’s Festival and Adelaide Writer’s Festival and his distinctive voice was used for the hugely successful Salvador Dali Liquid Desire exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria.

Anton is available as an MC, Keynote Speaker and Facilitator.

In his spare time he's run more than 40 marathons and also plays tennis and squash. His favourite authors are Vikram Seth, JM Coetzee and Sebastian Faulks. Anton became an Australian citizen in July 2002.

Anton covers areas of interest including:

Media and current affairs

Multiculturalism and ethnicity

The Arts

Health

Foreign policy and human rights

Sports

Gay and Lesbian Rights