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Sephiri Kenneth Tsikeli
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Birth name
Sephiri Kenneth Tsikeli

Born

(1991-07-26)

26 July 1991 in Thabong , Welkom

Political Organization South African Student Congress
Occupation(s) Writer, Activist, academic and Entrepreneur
Associated acts http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/rings-of-steel-at-universities-amid-protests-1.1972801

http://www.blasc.org.za/branches/ https://www.pressreader.com/south-africa/cape-times/20160119/281642484177659

Website https://twitter.com/sephiritsikeli

Sephiri Kenneth Tsikeli is a South African who was born in the Freestate in a small town called Welkom within a township named Thabong, born 26 July 1991 as a first born of Pule Moses Tsikeli and Funeka Patricia Tsikeli.

Tsikeli is a student activist as a member of the South African Student Congress (Sasco) and served as branch chairperson of the Black Lawyers Association student.

His education background is that, he holds a Higher certificate in Law and is currently pursuing a legal career as he currently studies bachelor of laws through part time studies at the University of South Africa.

Tsikeli Attended secondary school in Welkom at a christian college named St Dominics College, and matriculated in 2010. Sephiri has a sibling named Neo Innocent Tsikeli who is currently a student in St Dominic's College.

He is also a founder of company called Lehantle inc and secretly does small business trades such as inventing cosmetic products.

In one newspaper article Tsikeli was quoted:

"South African Student Congress (Sasco) branch secretary Kenneth Tsikeli said students who had not been registered were frustrated. “But we are here to ensure they are all assisted.”


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