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Trevor Ncube is the executive deputy chairman of the Mail & Guardian Media Group. He is also the founder, owner, and executive chairman of the Zimbabwe Independent and The Standard. He previously worked at the Financial Gazette in Zimbabwe, where he was executive editor and assistant editor. He received the Zimbabwean Editor of the Year Award in 1994. Trevor has been president of Print Media South Africa, chair of the Newspaper Association of South Africa, chair of the board of the Southern Africa Regional Poverty Network, and chair of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting. He also served on the international board of the World Association of Newspapers. He has a BA with honors in economic history from the University of Zimbabwe and completed the advanced management and leadership program at the Said Business School of the University of Oxford. He was a 2006 Print Media South Africa Fellow and was awarded the International Publishers Association Freedom Prize in 2007. He is married to Nyaradzo, and they have a son, Keith, and a daughter, Maya. He loves reading, is a keen golfer and loves traveling. Trevor is a devout Christian. He is a Fellow of the fifth class of the Africa Leadership Initiative-South Africa and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.