14 May 1986
English and Zulu
Travel, reading, blogging and watching films.
I am a South African attorney turned law lecturer who decided to leave practice a few years ago for academia.
I love traveling, I am an avid reader of books, a film buff, socialite and blogger. I am also a writer and I am currently working on my first book – a Christian memoir – which will be released in 2017.
I am also very passionate about empowering young women and girls to go forth towards their dreams and to reach their ultimate God-given potential. To invite me for guest speaking engagements aimed at women and youth, there are various ways to reach out to me which can be found on my contact page.
AWARDS & ACCOLADES
- Recipient of a UCL-UCT Scholarship 2015 – For postgraduate study at the University College London (UCL) in London, England 2015-2016
- Certificate of Merit for the module ‘Income Tax’ at the University of KwaZulu Natal
- Received a Dean’s Commendation (Dean’s Merit List)
- Invited to be a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society (University of KwaZulu Natal – Howard College Chapter) – an international honour society for university students whose academic performance places them in the top 15% of students within their faculty at their university
- Dean’s Commendation (Dean’s Merit List)
- Selected as one of 12 students who participated in the summer vacation program at Bowman Gilfillan Attorneys in Cape Town, one of the leading corporate and commercial law firms in South Africa.
- Selected as one of 60 delegates – from universities across South Africa – to attend the Investec Young Women in Finance Conference (YWIF) 2007 held at the Investec Head Office in Johannesburg.
- Selected as one of 46 delegates – from universities across South Africa – to attend the Investec Winter School Program 2007 (Banking and Finance) held at the Investec Head Office in Johannesburg
- INTERFACE. SABC 3. 12 March 2017 at 21:30. I was invited to be a part of a panel discussion on the new “Twin Peaks Financial Sector Regulatory Reforms in South Africa”. On the panel discussion with me were representatives from the South African National Treasury and the Financial Services Board (FSB).