Nominations for 200 Young South Africans 2019

Each year the Mail & Guardian profiles interesting young people who have stood out from the pack and who show us what to look forward to in the country’s future. These under-35s are talented and have shown themselves to be leaders. They are the ones to watch.

Do you know (or are you) an exceptional under-35? Complete the form below.

The closing date for applications is 15 April 2019.

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