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Farai Mubaiwa

Farai Mubaiwa

Farai Mubaiwa is pursuing an MSc in the Political Economy of Emerging Markets at King’s College London. Her dissertation on South African Private Companies and Black Women, will examine the extent to which the Employment Equity Act has affected representation, corporate experience and career projection of black women. Farai is a former analyst for Strategy and Operations Consulting at Deloitte. She is the founder of the youth-led organisation Africa Matters.Africa Matters empowers young Africans to lead through leadership skills capacity building and community-impact projects. Farai is a Queen’s Young Leader for South Africa for 2017, a One Young World Ambassador and a King’s Principal’s Global Leadership Award Recipient.
Companies need to give youth jobs so that SA derives dividends from its young people
Companies need to give youth jobs so that SA derives dividends from its young people
“Entry-level position available. Looking for a candidate with five years of work experience and professional qualifications. A master’s is also...
Environmental activism is not a whites-only issue
Environmental activism is not a whites-only issue
During a conference last year, I enthusiastically attended all the sessions, from good governance to peace and reconciliation, and human rights....