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Maud Chifamba: UZ’s youngest ever student at 14, now a Chartered Account

Maud Chifamba

In 2012 and at the very young age of 14, Maud Chifamba became the youngest ever University of Zimbabwe Student and tertiary education student in Southern Africa. I recently got the opportunity to have a chat with her to talk about her journey and experiences.

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2 thoughts on “Maud Chifamba: UZ’s youngest ever student at 14, now a Chartered Account

  1. What has she done to solve the country’s problems? Considering the fact that she probably has a high IQ. I don’t like praising people for nothing

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