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Sinenhlanhla Mchunu - South Africa

SINENHLANHLA-MCHUNUSinenhlanhla Fortunate Mokgadi Mchunu from South Africa matriculated at Hillcrest High School and graduated in the year 2010 with a Bachelor of Social Science degree and again in 2011 with a Bachelor of Social Science Honours degree.

Sinenhlanhla Mchunu has been involved in varies extra-mural activities throughout her schooling career. She played Hockey for the U14 and U16 B-Team and was an active member of the school choir. Additionally, Sinenhlanhla Mchunu served in her school as a Peer Counsellor. She was involved in a youth leadership programme in 2003 called Umgeni Toastmasters and served as a Prefect in 2004. Furthermore, she served the University of KwaZulu-Natal as an HIV/AIDS Peer Educator and in her church as a Christian Counsellor, Children's Church Teacher and Youth Leader. In 2011 Sinenhlanhla Mchunu started serving as an Assistant Pastor and became a facilitator for the Alternatives to Violence Project. She has also work experience as a tutor and was hired as Residence Assistant in female residences, which primarily accommodates students with disabilities.

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