Media Personnel

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Anton Enus is an award winning broadcast journalist with more than 20 years of experience. His career spans television, radio and print coverage of international news and current affairs in both South Africa and Australia. Anton is currently the nightly news anchor for SBS World News Australia.

Anton began his broadcasting career at the South African national broadcaster, SABC. He was part of the team that covered South Africa’s historic return to democracy in 1994 and spent seven years as a correspondent for CNN World Report, where he won Best International Report and also won the prestigious Bokmakierie Award for radio current affairs. Before leaving South Africa, Anton presented the SABC’s major evening national news bulletin. Anton has been presenting SBS World News Australia bulletins since 1999 and special SBS news events such as the 2003 nightly Iraq War program, the live studio debate on the Cronulla race riots and recently hosted SBS TV’s Insight programme.







Nuala Hafner is the daughter of the Ghanaian-born Australian television personality and celebrity chef, DorindaHafner.

In 1995 she enrolled in a Law degree at Flinders University, graduating and entering the bar in 2000.

Nuala began her media career at three months old when she appeared in an advertisement for baby milk. Nuala also starred for many years in the children's program The Book Place and on Seven Adelaide's lifestyle program Discover.

However she is best known for working as a weather presenter for Seven NewsAdelaide and later Seven News Sydney.

In November 2011, Nuala resigned from the Seven Network as she is returning to University to complete her Psychology degree and in January 2012 she filled in for Grant Denyer on Sunrise.





Kassahun Seboqa is the Executive Producer of SBS Radio's Amharic language section. He joined SBS as a University intern in 2005 working on SBS’s Amharic language program.

Kassa studied journalism in Ethiopia and at the University of Nairobi in Kenya. Since then he has worked as a journalist in the print media in Ethiopia, as a Freelance Writer, Reporter, and Editor-In-Chief.

He migrated from Ethiopia to Brisbane, Australia in 1998 and set up the first Amharic language radio program in Australia with 4EB AM. Kassa served as the main broadcaster, panel operator, and as the group’s Convener from 1998 to 1999. Since then he has been working with a financial company as a senior consultant and has continued to follow international affairs. Kassa completed a BA in International Studies at RMIT University in Melbourne in 2007 with a particular focus on Ethiopian diaspora affairs.


Kassa delivered Australian, homeland and international new and current affairs to the community with fair and balance high standard professional journalism manner. He hosted many gusts such as; Community Leaders, Ambassadors, Opposition party leaders, Academics in variety of professional field, Religious leaders, Entertainers, Journalists, Head of States. Kassa is personally committed to serving his community and giving them a reasoned voice in Australia.

Faustina Agolley
is an Australian television presenter best known for her role as the host of long running Australian music program Video Hits on Channel 10. She was also the host of late night game and gadget review program Cybershack and is a graduate from the University of Melbourne and RMIT University.

Faustina's father is a Ghanian and her mother is a Chinese Malaysian. Faustina completed two degrees across three Universities – a joint degree in Media & Communication and Geography at the University of Melbourne and Sydney University as well as Media Studies with a major in television and social science at RMIT University.

While completing her University degrees, Faustina also worked as a model in Melbourne and Sydney. Faustina was the face of Bonds and appeared in the campaign alongside Miranda Kerr. She also worked as a researcher for The Great Outdoors and worked on set of kids’ program Hi-5

Faustina was the host of Australia’s most watched music program Video Hits for five years where she interviewed some of the world’s biggest artists including the Black Eyed Peas, Alicia Keys, Kanye West, Adele, Jack White, Muse, Green Day, Rihanna, Dave Grohl, John Paul Jones, Sinead O'Connor and Neil Finn.

Faustina also hosted live events for Video Hits from Australia’s major capital cities and the Make Poverty History Concert where U2 and Pearl Jam made a surprise performance.

Faustina traveled the world for Video Hits giving the first Australian TV interview with Adele and Florence and The Machine in London in 2009, The Black Eyed Peas upon the release of their LP, The End in Paris in as well as Muse upon the release of The Resistance, in Lake Como. Faustina also covered interviews in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Tokyo and Stockholm

Faustina is the ambassador for the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation, a foundation that aims to help close the indigenous literacy gap. Faustina is also patron of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation has been the supporter of Girls’ Night In, World Environment Day, Coastcare, and Reconciliation Australia.



A former Vice President/Project Manager Ethiopian Community Association in Victoria.   Daniel is currently ARADA Ethiopian Cultural Centre, Founder and President and ARADA Ethiopian Radio, Founder and Producer.

Daniel has a fantastic Ethiopian radio program in Amharic on 3CR and is an administrator with the Big West Festival, a leading community-based, contemporary arts festival in Melbourne West.