A teenage female-orphan has become the youngest undergraduate in Zimbabwe at the age of 14. Her name is Maud Chifamba and she just got admission to study her dream-course, Accounting at the University of Zimbabwe. She has since started lectures on the 10th day of September, 2012 under a four-year scholarship programme that is worth about Ten Thousand Dollars (i hope it is not the Zimbabwen Dollar sha!).

The natural intelligence of Maud Chifamba was discovered at her tender age when she was moved from Grade 3 to 6 by her primary school teachers. Though she lost her dad at age 5, she never relented in being exceptional in her academics as she passed her ordinary level examinations in just two years, skipping two forms. Notwithstanding the demise of her mum last year, she was determined to excel in life. As such, she sat and passed her A-Levels in December 2011 and was admitted to the prestigious University of Zimbabwe, Harare in September, 2012. 

Young girl (without make-up or Brazilian weavon), Congratulations for a well deserved scholarship!