Girl power: SA is producing future leaders like Fumisa Ngqele

Girl power: SA is producing future leaders like Fumisa Ngqele

At only 20 years of age, Fumisa Ngqele graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree and went on to complete a LLB at 24.

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Last year she was admitted as Advocate of the High Court of SA at just 25. Her journey has not been an easy one.

She completed her law degree in the midst of the fees must fall protests and not only was she part of the movement she was on the Rhodes Must Fall radical action committee.

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Ngqele has continued her campaign for social change and is a vocal support for the rights of oppressed Africans.

In her first year at UCT she was essentially homeless as her family were locked in a legal dispute over her dad's estate which led to her and her family being evicted from her dad's property.

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