Natasha Fatah is a Canadian journalist, columnist, situated in Toronto, Ontario. She is a host for CBC News Network. As of April 2019, she is the main anchor of CBC’s News Network, showing up on Sundays and Fridays.
Natasha Fatah was born in Karachi, Pakistan on 6th June 1985 and burned through a large portion of her adolescence in Saudi Arabia in Riyadh and Jeddah; she has additionally lived in Amsterdam, Montreal and Mexico City.
Her dad, telecaster and journalist Tarek Fatah is Punjabi. Her mom, Nargis Tapal, hails from a Shia Bohra group of Gujarati inception.
Fatah earned a degree in political science at the University of Toronto and afterward earned another degree in news-casting at Toronto’s Ryerson University.
Real Name: Natasha Fatah
Birthday: 6th June 1985
Birth Place: Karachi, Pakistan
Religion : Islam
Profession : Journalist
Parents : Tarek Fatah (Father), Nargis Tapal (Mother)
Spouse : Chris Kayaniotes
Children : No
From 1999 to 2000, Fatah was co-anchor of the Ontario New Democratic Youth. In the wake of the 1999 Ontario common political decision, Fatah called for Howard Hampton to leave his initiative of the Ontario New Democratic Party.
She was a producer at CBC Radio One’s national current undertakings radio show As It Happens, Toronto beat journalist for their Ontario territorial end of the week morning show Fresh Air, and producer of the segment “Minority Report” in CBC.ca’s Viewpoint area from 2004 to 2013. She has been a TV and radio journalist for CBC Windsor, petitioning for CBE radio and CBET-TV.
In the mid-year of 2010, Fatah facilitated the CBC Radio One summer program Promised Land, a show which introduced anecdotes about evacuees to Canada.
On 14 April 2019, Fatah talked with entertainer and dissident activist Nazanin Boniadi about the destiny of human rights legal counselor, Nasrin Sotoudeh, as of late condemned for as long as 38 years in Tehran, Iran.
Natasha Fatah married Chris Kayaniotes, a Scott-Canadian in 2011. He is the Senior Producer, Video Journalist, Writer, Global NewsRyerson University. Both of them are often termed as the idealistic power couple in TV media industry of Canada.
She lives with her family in Toronto and they have a big mansion valued at $15 million. She also invested in the stock exchange market and bonds valued at $500,00 to $1 million. She is amongst the top 20 journalists in Canada.