Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh is a musician, activist, and writer from South Africa. As president, Mpofu-Walsh was in charge of the Student Representative Council at the University of Cape Town in 2010. He went to Oxford and got a Ph.D. in International Relations from there. He grew up in Johannesburg, which is the largest city in South Africa. On January 4, 1989, the embryonic stage began.
Theresa Oakley Smith is the mother of Dali Mpofu's child. Theresa and Dali were given Sizwe, the son of Mpofu and Walsh, as a gift. Theresa runs Diversi-T and is a psychotherapist during the day. She runs meetings, gives advice, makes resources, and helps other trainers get better at what they do. She also does things to help people's rights.
They have a handsome boy together, and Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh is now married to Sumaya Hendricks because of how pretty she is. Sumaya is pregnant with their second child.
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