Rola Kharsa

Rola Kharsa

Egyptian TV presenter & Host

She was born on September 29, 1961, is an Egyptian TV presenter.

She graduated in her career, as she started broadcasting the European program, then she traveled to London and worked for the BBC, then returned to Egypt and worked as a presenter for Egyptian TV and presented several programs such as a program in-depth on the Egyptian Channel Two and El Kasa w Ma Feha.

She was absent from the screen for several years because of the sensitivity position of her husband Abdel Latif Minawi, head of the news sector, Egyptian TV.

The businessman, Mohamed Abdel Mutaal, director of Al-Hayat TV network, offered Rola to work on the Talk Show Daily program, and it was scheduled to be presented in the name of Nas We Rola. Finally, the program was named El Hayah We El Nas. The program achieved remarkable success due to Rola’s quiet style and unique selection of her subjects and guests, as she hosted for the first time Major General Ahmed Rushdie, former Minister of the Interior after 23 years of silence and political activist Shahinaz Al-Najjar, as well as an American rabbi known for his anti-Zionism.

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