Two Cape Town learners were part of a team that won The Hague International Moot Court competition for high schools at the weekend.
Springfield Convent School's Clara-Marie Macheke and Claire Rankin helped beat strong competition from the US team to bring home the first place prize and make South Africa proud.
The outspoken pair described the process that would lead them to victory and discussed their future aspirations - naturally, in the fields of law and justice.
Listen to the full conversation from CapeTalk's Breakfast with Kieno Kammies:
I am wanting to go into law and either become a prosecutor or human rights lawyer.— Claire Rankin
Justice is something that I've always felt passionate about and I've always wanted to go into a field that tangibly helps people - law does that.— Clara-Marie Macheke