Meet Wenzile Madonsela
A budding human rights activist, a democracy defender and a final law student.
At the young age of 20 she had already dabbled in politics too as she served as the General Secretary and then later social welfare officer at the University of Pretoria under the EFF student command. During her term, her branch saw the success of the university workers insourced and transformation policies during “Afrikaans must fall”, implemented. She also served as the transformation officer at the Black Lawyers Association. Previously engaged with the students through various channels namely her campaign to remove students sleeping on campus through her #Iamjackson campaign which proved immensely successful. She is not only results orientated but IMPACT driven, and believes in the ethos of being a purposeful leader with a heart open to be led too. Currently a dedicated team member at the
Thuli Madonsela Foundation which seeks to deepen and defend democracy through concerted dialogues, advocacy, research and training. Upon completion of her LLB studies she intends on pursuing her masters in maritime law or Human Rights Law. She was also involved in the research involved for Advocate T Madonsela’s book “Our time: No more tea makers”. Wenzile has also started a Woman’s Leadership Training programme called the “Princess Chronicles”. The programme seeks to train young woman on (self-acceptance, living consciously, acting with integrity, living purposefully, being self-assertive and most importantly adapting into the digital revolution and functioning in a global village). An active member of her community as well as Public speaker.
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