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Is Jeanne Zelasko still married? Who is Jeanne Zelasko’s Husband?



Is Jeanne Zelasko still married? Who is Jeanne Zelasko’s Husband? How many Children does Jeanne Zelasko have?

American journalist, Jeanne Zelasko is famous for working for “The Beast” AM980 KFWB and Fox Sports West in Los Angeles County. She is also recognized as one of the most recognizable women employed in athletics.

Jeanne has been able to receive a lot of admirers through her amazing works and many of them want to know more about her personal life including her husband, children, and so on.  Stay with us to find out all details regarding her personal life.

Is Jeanne Zelasko still married?

Yes, Jeanne Zelasko is still married to her long-term boyfriend, Curt Sandoval. It is sure that the couple dated for several years before tying the wedding knot but they are yet to share the information regarding their first meeting. The couple tied the wedding knot at a private wedding ceremony on 13th June 1998 where their close friends, relatives, and family were only invited.

Since the wedding, they have been inseparable as there is not even a single rumor on their divorce or extra-marital affairs. Further, there is no information regarding Jeanne’s past dating history. The couple is supportive of one another and they are leading a happy and healthy married life.

Who is Jeanne Zelasko’s Husband?

Jeanne’s husband, Curt Sandoval is an American journalist. He opened his eyes in Denver, Colorado, the United States of America to American parents. He enrolled at the Metropolitan State University of Denver and earned a degree in sports communication. After completing his graduation, he started working at several stations as their journalists.

Jeanne Zelasko's husband, Curt Sandoval
Caption: Jeanne Zelasko’s husband, Curt Sandoval (Photo: Twitter)

To date, Curt has worked at eight different. Currenrlt, he is working at ABC7 Eyewitness News as their anchor. Curt has also received several awards for his selflessness and dedication to journalism. Some of them are two Emmys for his work at ABC7, Best Sports Anchor Award, and so on.

How many Children does Jeanne Zelasko have?

Jeanne has given birth to two children, a son and a daughter from her marriage with Curt. Her son is Trevor Sandoval while her daughter is Isabela Sandoval but she is yet to disclose their birthdate to the media. The entire Sandoval family is residing happily somewhere in the United States of America.

Jeanne Zelasko with her husband, Curt Sandoval, and their children
Caption: Jeanne Zelasko with her husband, Curt Sandoval, and their children (Photo: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society)

What is Jeanne Zelasko doing now?

Jeanne a journalist by her profession. She is currently busy working as a news anchor for two networks, The Beast AM980 KFWB and Fox Sports West.

Did Jeanne Zelasko has Cancer?

Jeanne got a diagnosis of thyroid carcinoma in late 2007. She took three months out for thyroid cancer treatment before returning to her professional work. She is cancer-free and thanks to the support of her husband, families, friends, millions of supporters, and the pro sports world.

Where did Jeanne Zelasko go to College?

Jeanne attended San Diego State University in San Diego, California. She received a degree in journalism and pusured her career as a journalist.

Quick Facts of Jeanne Zelasko

  • Jeanne opned her eyes on 26th October 1966, in Cincinnati, Ohio, the United States of America.
  • As of 2021, she is 55 years old while her horoscope is Scorpio.
  • Every year, Jeanne celebrates her birthday on 26th October.
  • By nationality, Jeanne is an American while she belonsg to white ethnical background.
  • Jeanne has an estimated net worth of around $2 million as of 2021.
  • Zelasko stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches tall while her body weight is 58kg.
  • Jeanne has blonde colored hair while her eyes are brown in color.


Civil Society Regional Virtual Forum 2021 “Engaging Civil Society in Central Africa” – The Maravi Post




What: Civil society regional forum – Central Africa region
Who: The Civil Society and Community Engagement Division of the African Development Bank
When: 26 October 2021, 10.00-14.00 GMT +1
Where: Virtual


The Civil Society and Community Engagement Division of the African Development Bank will host regional forums across the continent this year, in lieu of the annual civil society forums held in the past. The overarching theme of the regional forums will be: “Engaging civil society in building resilient economies post Covid-19.” The regional format will provide an opportunity for the Bank to share its regional vision and priority areas with participants as part of its vision of being closer to the communities it serves.

The first regional forum will take place virtually on 26 October and focus on Central Africa. The sub-theme is Regional Integration in Central Africa: The Role of Civil Society in Women’s Economic Empowerment and Youth Skills Development.

The meeting will bring together civil society organizations, non-state actors, representatives of governments and the Economic Community of Central African States to discuss the participation of civil society in strengthening regional integration through greater economic empowerment of women.

For more information and to register for the forum, click here.

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Ghana’s MPs threaten to retaliate visa denial over anti-LGBTQ+ bill – The Maravi Post




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Some Ghanaian lawmakers are livid about their alleged visa denial by some embassies in the country over an anti-LGBTQI bill which seeks to curtain gay rights.

The bill which is being sponsored by some MPs with support of some religious bodies seeks to criminalize all same sex related activities including activism.

The country’s Minority lawmakers have confirmed that the move has not gone down well with some members of the Western diplomatic community, leading to visa denial of some MPs.

Minority Chief Whip Muntaka Mubarak told journalists that Parliament is aware of plans to deny lead advocates of the anti-LGBTQ bill travel visa by foreign embassies in the country.

He warned the diplomatic community that no amount of intimidation and threats will stop the MPs from passing the anti-LGBTQ bill pending before the house.

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Mubarak has planned to lead a demonstration for closure of any travel visas because of their advocacy for LGBTQ+ activities in the country to be criminalized.

“It’s against the constitution of Ghana for any member of parliament to be punished for expressing his or her opinion on national issues in the house of parliament. So, therefore, no embassy can punish any MP in this country to kowtow to their wish’’, he said.

Retaliatory actions

Some lawmakers including the Minority chief whip have also hinted that Ghana must also retaliate by denying citizens of the said Western countries visas.

According to Muntaka Mubarak, the retaliatory actions could also lead to the boycott of the goods and services of Western owned businesses which are operating in Ghana.

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“International diplomacy should not be about threats. It is about dialogue. I kay disagree with you on one issue but we will have so many other issues that we agree on.

So don’t make it a headmaster student relationship. We have our rights as parliamentarians to pass every law that we think will be in the best interest of our citizens”, he noted.

The issue of homosexuality is very controversial in most African countries, where there is very little support for such rights.

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AMCOW appoints Dr. Rashid Mbaziira as the new Executive Secretary – The Maravi Post




ABUJA, Nigeria, October 15, 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- The African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) has announced the appointment of Dr. Rashid Mbaziira – a Ugandan national – as its Executive Secretary. The announcement came at the end of an Extra Ordinary Session of the Executive Council of AMCOW and takes effect from 08 November 2021. 

A Rhodes Scholar, Dr Mbaziira was admitted to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of the University of Oxford, St Catherine’s College, in 2007. His research was in the field of Water Sciences, Policy and Management. Dr. Mbaziira holds a BSc in Agricultural Engineering degree (First Class) from Makerere University, Kampala; and a Stage 1 certificate from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

He brings to the job two decades of experience, 15 years of which have been in providing policy development leadership in the water and sanitation sector in Africa. This includes formulation and operationalisation of strategic continental initiatives to implement the Sharm-el-Sheikh Declaration on accelerating the achievement of water and sanitation goals in Africa. 

His technical knowledge and practical disposition to addressing challenges related to water management, sanitation and hygiene services provision have made him a highly sought-after-professional. This is reflected by his robust track record of coordinating multi-stakeholder interventions to strengthen Africa’s water management function at both regional and sub-regional levels. A key highlight is the formulation of the African Water Resources Management Priority Action Programme 2016 – 2025 that informs the AMCOW Strategy 2018 -2030. He similarly provided technical facilitation to prepare the AMCOW Governance Framework and Management Strategy. 

Dr. Rashid Mbaziira as the new Executive Secretary

“I am humbled by the trust placed in me by the Council of Ministers to serve the water community in Africa,” Dr. Mbaziira said of appointment. “I pledge to fully apply myself to consolidate AMCOW’s function as an effective mandated organ of the African Union’s efforts to assure water security in Africa. Effective water management is vital to ensure human and environmental health; economic production; and climate resilience. In this context, AMCOW has to be at the forefront of initiatives to achieve the goals of African Union Agenda 2063. Of particular relevance to AMCOW’s mandate is Aspiration 1 of Agenda 2063, namely: to realise a prosperous Africa based on inclusive growth and sustainable development.”

Hon. Carl Hermann Gustav Schlettwein – the Minister for Agriculture, Water and Land Reform of the Republic of Namibia, and President of the AMCOW Council of Ministers – announced Dr. Mbaziira’s appointment at the end of an extra-ordinary session of the AMCOW Executive Committee. 

 “I have no doubt that Dr. Mbaziira’s expertise will be brought to bear to revitalise AMCOW’s status as a trusted facilitator of action to achieve water and sanitation goals in Africa,” Hon. Schlettwein said.

He charged the new Executive Secretary to demonstrate AMCOW’s relevance to the Member States, the African Union and AMCOW partners through Thought-Leadership. 

“Given the slow vaccine roll-out in Africa, improving access to water, sanitation and hygiene services holds the promise for preventing the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases,” Hon Schlettwein added. “The expectations on AMCOW to accelerate action to get Member States on track to achieve SDG 6 cannot, therefore, be overemphasised.”

Dr. Mbaziira takes over from Dr. Canisius Kanangire who left AMCOW in May this year.

Distributed by African Media Agency (AMA) on behalf of AMCOW.

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