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South AfricaPretoria, South Africa

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Laurika Nxumalo

About Me: 

I'm an Economics student.

I'm a very fun-loving person,but strict about somethings in my life.I love travelling,singing,cooking,writing,reading,blogging,spending time with family and friends,I'm a dog lover and above all,I love my church.I also enjoy dancing (ballroom and Latin).

Music is my soul;I listen to R 'n B,classical,gospel,pop,choral and gregorian chants music.I like music from Michael Jackson,Luther Vandross,Josh Groban,Celine Dion,Whitney Houston,Andrea Bocelli,Luciano Pavarotti,Westlife and Leona Lewis.

Places I'd like to visit would have to be Italy,Ireland,Malawi,Zambia,Lesotho and Botswana-for now.

I'm a very spiritual and religious person,I holistically believe in God and I do also believe in things like telepathy and re-incarnation and again acknowledge people like mediums and psychics.

I love helping people,because ''your problem,is my problem''.

My take on love is that,love is always true-it only depends on how you nuture it.

My Passions: 
My Vision for the Future: 
I'd like to help women stand up for what they believe in,in this world.
My Areas of Expertise: 
Organising and administration.
My Languages: 
English, SeTswana,Southern Sotho,Afrikaans,Swahili(learning),Italian(learning)

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