Maru-a-Pula student runner-up of Queen’s Commonwealth Essay

Eighteen year old Tawanda Mulalu has been named the Senior Runner-Up of The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2015. His winning entry was chosen by a panel of Commonwealth judges from more than 5,800 Senior entries.

As the Senior Runner-Up, Tawanda will be invited to a special awards ceremony at Buckingham Palace where HRH The Duchess of Cornwall will present the winners with their prizes. The ceremony will form part of a week of cultural and educational activities for the four overall winners of this year’s essay competition.

The Duchess of Cornwall will be presenting the prizes on behalf of HM The Queen, Patron of the competition. The Duchess is a keen supporter of promoting literacy amongst young people and adults.

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