Janet is an academic and award recipient of note. She graduated with distinctions in politics and history. A Mandela Rhodes Scholarship recipient, she is a debating and public speaker winner at national level. In 2005 she was selected as a "Brightest Young Mind�, one of the "brightest� 100 South African �nal year students. She attended the Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington and New York and was part of a delegation to the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Children in New York. In Beijing she was the chairperson of the Girls Speak Out panel, and a panellist on human rights and the girl-child in South Africa. In 2007 she attend the Civicus Youth and World Assemblies in Glasgow and presented on issues of corporate accountability. With her footprint �rmly embedded in South Africa she is currently studying at Oxford University in for her M.Phil degree.
Lunch spot: The Red Cafe and the Nosebag in Oxford