Podcast | Winning Women: Mpho Nefuri’s journey from being homeless to owning a law firm

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Attorney and human rights activist Mpho Nefuri. Picture: Rosetta Msimango/City Press
Attorney and human rights activist Mpho Nefuri. Picture: Rosetta Msimango/City Press

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From sleeping on the benches of Pretoria to owning a law firm, Mpho Nefuri left her home in Limpopo armed with a burning desire to become a human rights advocate.

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