Arnaud Zajtman was permanent BBC correspondent in Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congo for almost ten years (1998-2008). His reports are also published in Le Monde, Libération and Le Soir. He got the Bayeux Award of War Correspondents in 2003 for a radio report about the massacres in Kisangani (DRC).
He has a Masters of Arts in Radio, Goldsmiths College (University of London) and a BA in Journalism from the University Libre de Bruxelles.
He co-directed with Marlène Rabaud documentaries and reports mainly in Africa.
- Adieu l’enfer
- Kafka au Congo
- Meurtre à Kinshasa