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Theme: The Future Re-Envisioned

This event occurred on
October 2, 2020
Pretoria, Gauteng
South Africa

The future re-envisioned is found in the gaps of what already exists and what the
human race still craves to experience. The key is found in what each individual, in the
midst of all panic and chaos, holds uniquely within themselves, what they’re innately
born with. The future is now. For the choices we make now, determine where we’re going,
individually or as a collective, & in this life, change is inevitable. Change of heart, mind,
body & soul. Change of systems, industries and stories untold. And with change, comes
innovation. The world as we know it, will never be the same and so this is our chance re-envision
our future.

University of Pretoria
Pretoria, Gauteng, 0028
South Africa
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Daniella van der Horst

Honors Student
Daniella van der Horst is a BA Honours student at the University of Pretoria, studying Applied Language Studies. Daniella is an avid lover of people and language, which includes how people use language. Her hobbies include reading and horseriding. Her talk is titled 'The Power of Thinking Figuratively

Desmond Brown

International Business Development Manager
Desmond is currently an International Business Development Manager at Touch Base Pro. He is interested in technology and technological advancements, as well activities that further his ambitions in the communications sphere. His talk is titled 'Snowflakes

Munozvepi Gwata

Legal Trainee
Munozovepi is a University of Pretoria Alumni. She completed both her BA Law and LLB Honours degree at the University of Pretoria. She is currently undergoing her two year legal training at Webber Wetzel. She is passionate about finance and technology and has since published a book on financial literacy for children. Her talk is titled 'Redistributing the Global Economy'

Tommy Grant

Third Year Student
Tommy is a third year BCom Finance student at the University of Pretoria. He plans on pursuing taxation for his honours degree. Tommy's hobbies include skiing and diving. He describes himself as an energetic and ambitious person. XXXXXXXX His talk is titled 'The inevitable fall of the inconsistent Tax Standard'

Wandile Nzuza

Third Year Student
Wandile is a third year student studying towards a BA Law degree at the University of Pretoria. He is a lover of literature and prides himself as an open-minded individual. He enjoys helping people to realise their full potential. His talk is titled 'Anatomy of a life worth living'

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Pretoria, South Africa