Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh is an author, singer, and activist from South Africa. In 2010, Mpofu-Walsh served as president of the Students' Representative Council at the University of Cape Town. He earned a Doctor of Philosophy in International Relations from Oxford University. He was born in Johannesburg and raised there. The date of conception was January 4, 1989.
Theresa Oakley Smith is the mother of Advocate Dali Mpofu's child. Theresa and Dali were blessed with a son named Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh. Theresa is a psychotherapist by trade and also serves as the director of Diversi-T. She facilitates, provides consultation, creates materials, and instructs trainers. She is also an activist for human rights.
Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh is currently married to his beautiful wife, Sumaya Hendricks, and they have a handsome son.
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