Masana Mulaudzi

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"Masana Mulaudzi is the Brenthurst Foundation’s first Machel-Mandela Intern. She was selected for the internship from over 900 applicants from Africa and the rest of the world.

"Masana is a graduate in African Studies (BA Honours) and Politics, Philosophy and Economics ( from the University of Cape Town. She is the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships, including the Anglo-American Open Scholarship Award. Masana is an alumnus of the South Africa-Washington Internship Program, during which she served as an assistant to the Director of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights in Washington D.C. As a teenager she founded The Empty Tin Can, an arts-based organisation that reconciles artists to their communities and provides a vehicle for change. In 2010 she was named a visiting Resident Poet/Artist at the British Council (UK and South Africa). During her studies at UCT she was widely involved in social work and community service in Cape Town, including working with Young in Prison, a Netherlands-funded group which provided regular support to young women in the city’s Pollsmoor prison. She has interned at the African Leadership Academy and Allan Gray Asset Management Bank, and served as a volunteer and mentor in numerous educational and faith-based organisations."[1]

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  1. Masana Mulaudzi, Brenthurst Foundation, accessed December 15, 2011.