Puleng Sirengqe

Puleng Sirengqe is a speaker, educator, trainer and writer. Also a founder and managing director of Bantu Quest Development Service based in (South) Afrika, Johannesburg. He is also passionate about developing people, especially youth and families from marginalized communities with low income. Puleng attended his primary school at Masibambane College and matriculated at Isikhumbuzo Secondary School then furthered his studies in Household Food Security at the University of South Africa, and then Thought Leadership for Africa’s Renewal at Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute, and currently he is pursuing studies in Human Resource Management with Sedibeng TVET College.
He has years a vast of experience in youth and community development. Puleng is also passionate about raising awareness about two Millennium Development Goals which are: Eradication of extreme poverty and hunger and Achieving universal primary education of children. Puleng research interest lies in the following: Politics, education, Afrikan History, Afrikan Philosophy, Leadership and Management,
He has appeared on numerous national television shows such as Walala Wasala (SABC 1), The Big Debate (E-TV), and several interviews on Power FM. And participated in UN Parliamentary Youth Debate. Puleng is former Public Relations Officer of Nakanjani Love-Life Gavel Club now serve as a mentor, he is an active member of Sharpeville Advanced Toastmasters, and has participated in Toastmasters Division S International Speech Contest. He is part of the growing network of 2000 young people driving change in their communities and South Africa known Activate Change Drivers.

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