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Masana Ndinga née Mulaudzi
London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Cape Town, B.Com Politics, Philosophy and Economics; B.A. African Studies (Hons); MSc in Political Economy of Late Development.
When she is not working as co-ordinator and fellow for the LCL Initiative, Masana is a research officer for Carnegie3/SALDRU, specialising in project development and research at the University of Cape Town. With a multi-disciplinary background in politics, economics, international development and law, Masana has an MSc in Political Economy of Late Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to this, she worked as the Machel-Mandela Intern at The Brenthurst Foundation in Johannesburg, before starting her MPhil in Justice and Transformation at UCT. Masana is also an alumnus of the South African Washington Internship Program and a Chevening Scholar from 2012–13.