Her bio on CNN.Com:
Robyn Curnow is a correspondent for CNN based at the network's bureau in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Having re-joined the network in early 2008, Curnow has already reported on a number of stories including the presidential and parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe. Her reports from the South Africa-Zimbabwe border have played an integral role in CNN's coverage of this ongoing story.
Curnow was previously a freelance correspondent and anchor at CNN's London bureau, reporting on stories such as the death of Pope John Paul II, the London bombings and the South Asian tsunami, for which the CNN team won a DuPont-Columbia Award. She also presented CNN's sailing show Mainsail.
Prior to joining CNN, Curnow worked for the BBC as well as the South African Broadcasting Corporation, where she started her career as a reporter and covered a wide range of stories including Nelson Mandela's Presidency, the Mozambique floods and the land invasions in Zimbabwe.
Curnow is South African and has a Master's degree in International Relations from Cambridge University.
So she left CNN for a while to return early this year? Anyone know what happened?