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Thabisa Faye

Occupation: Masters Student
Education: BA (Hons) Development Studies, University of the Western Cape

I appreciate the power and emancipation that education awards a person, that is where I envision my role in Africa. Combing the potency of ICT as a means to an end – education. I want to use what my education and experience have afforded me to teach, and be taught. Using my background in Development Studies and rural development, I hope one day I may be part of the change that comes to rural education and development.

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