SERI is delighted to welcome two new interns, Nerishka Singh and Sekese Rasephei, to the team. 


Nerishka Singh joins SERI as a research intern. She holds a BA (Political Studies) and LLB from the University of the Witwatersrand. She is looking to pursue a Masters Degree which focuses on human rights litigation, with specific interest in the rights of women and children in South Africa. Nerishka’s interests include, politics, legal transformation and current affairs which touch on the socio-economic realities of different groups in South Africa.



Sekese Rasephei joins SERI as a research intern.  He is currently a law student at the University of the Free State where he occupied various positions in a number of student bodies. Among these he has been; Chairperson of the Faculty of Law Student Council (The Juridical Society), the Academics Officer in the Student Representative Council as well as being the Chairperson of the Transitional Student Council. He has experience in tertiary debating and Model United Nations. His interests lie in helping and ensuring individuals achieve equality of opportunity and he has a keen interest in the improvement of personality and performance.