Busisiwe Seabe

ASRI Future Leaders Fellow

Busisiwe Catherine Seabe is an Author, Activist, Entrepreneur, WitsFeesMustFall student leader, advocate for social justice. She graduated from Wits and has worked for the Department of Basic Education, the United Nations International Children’s Fund as well as the Department of Arts and Culture on the Girls and Boys education movement (Gem/Bem) as the National Chairperson. She is an ambassador for the Always Keeping Girls in School Campaign by Proctor & Gamble and also an ambassador for the Wildlife Foundation and Generation Earth. Busisiwe is the Deputy Chairperson of the South African Youth Parliament; and the official African Youth Representative for COP17. She is the former Secretary General of the Southern African Universities Debating Council. Busisiwe is intrigued by the role of media in the pursuit of justice and this inspires her to write for the Black Republic Publication under the Fourth International Organisation. She is a former VowFM radio News and Current Affairs Reporter. She is currently an ASRI Future Leaders Fellow for 2017 and the Co-Founder of PERINE Early Childhood Development Academy.

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