Discourse Café with Lovelyn Nwadeyi

The Discourse Café series, jointly hosted by the FVZS Institute and KAS provides students with the opportunity to meet renowned speakers from politics, business, academia and civil society and critically reflect on current issues.


Lovelyn Nwadeyi is a Nigerian-born social change agent and a feminist. She grew up in South Africa and is fluent in more than three languages. Her other passions are in the areas of Arts and Culture, Civil Rights , Social Action, Education, Human Rights, Politics, Poverty Alleviation and Social Services. Nwadeyi graduated with Masters Degree in Peace and Conflict Studies Cum Laude from Stellenbosch University. She currently works at Allan Gray in Cape Town. Her career highlights includes working as a Vice president of Talent Management at AIESEC Uppsala, and as a Course Coordinator at FVZS Institute. She was awarded the Erasmus Mundus and Golden Key Awards. She has worked in various NPOs, youth organisations and university institutions. She was very vocal in 2015 during the Stellenbosch Fees Must Fall Movement. She has also worked as a Public Speaking Adjudicator, Recruitment and Advisory at Stellenbosch University, Local committee president for AIESEC Stellenbosch.

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