Keme Nzerem , Correspondent

Keme Nzerem is a Correspondent for Channel 4 News.

Keme's interests span social affairs from human rights - to ethics in sport. He joined Channel 4 News in 2001 and has reported on major stories the world over.

Keme ran the Channel 4 News Washington bureau 2005-2007, reporting from New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, and Guantanamo Bay during the Iraq war. A film he narrated about the US military "surge" won the RTS Foreign News Award in 2007.

The sports beat took Keme to the World Cups in South Africa in 2010, and Brazil in 2014. He's also reported from Russia on hooliganism, and the Sochi winter Olympics and Paralympics.

  • 16 Feb 2017

    Conventional thinking suggests autism mainly affects boys. But more and more girls – and adult women – are being diagnosed with the condition. And up to 100,000 could be still undiagnosed. Keme Nzerem has been to visit the only school in the UK that’s exclusively for autistic girls.

  • 3 Feb 2017

    Cancer rates are set to rise six times faster in women than men over the next 20 years, as data from Cancer Research UK shows cases of ovarian, cervical and oral cancer could increase the most.

  • 19 Jan 2017

    A ski resort entombed by an avalanche in Italy: as many as thirty are missing as rescue workers battle blizzards to reach the remains of a hotel.

  • 12 Jan 2017

    Files on 23 individuals and organisations involved in the Hillsborough disaster have been handed over to the Crown prosecution service which will now decide if criminal charges should follow.

  • 4 Jan 2017

    The claims were stark: that chemicals used in fracking could cause cancer, or that drinking water might be contaminated. Now the advertising watchdog says Friends of the Earth has agreed to stop repeating what it called “misleading” claims about fracking.

  • 3 Jan 2017

    Teaching unions say that 98 per cent of schools in England will lose out from the new national funding formula announced before Christmas.

  • 15 Dec 2016

    The former football coach Barry Bennell has been remanded in custody after being charged in court with child sex offences. The 62-year-old, who appeared at South Cheshire Magistrates’ Court via video link, faced a series of charges including five counts of indecent assault.    

  • 6 Dec 2016

    QPR is the latest football club to be linked to historical allegations of child sexual abuse. It’s said it will co-operate with inquiries into one of its former coaches, Chris Gieler, who left the club in 2003 and died a year later.

  • 5 Dec 2016

    Three former footballers, who claim they were abused, broke down in tears today as they launched a new support group to “fight for justice” for victims of abuse.

  • 2 Dec 2016

    Footballers who have spoken out to reveal allegations of child abuse by coaches have told Channel 4 News they are forming a Trust to help other potential victims. Former players Andy Woodward, Steve Walters and Chris Unsworth want the “Offside Trust” to support players who are victims of child abuse, along with their families. All…

  • 1 Dec 2016

    Around 350 people have now reported alleged cases of child sex abuse connected to football clubs. The number has been rising by the day following the launch of an NSPCC hotline, which has received more than 860 calls in its first week of operation. Greater Manchester Police alone say they have received reports from 35…

  • 30 Nov 2016

    More than a quarter of the police forces across England and Wales have now opened investigations into claims of historical sex abuse involving football club youth teams.

  • 27 Nov 2016

    The FA announces a review of allegations of child sex abuse in football.

  • 26 Nov 2016

    Crewe Alexandra Football Club has tonight announced an independent review of its handling of allegations of abuse of young players by a former coach more than 20 years ago.

  • 25 Nov 2016

    The scale is only just becoming clear: now the national inquiry into child sex abuse says it could start looking into allegations by former footballers that they were abused within the sport.