Meet the 20 Scholars

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Antoon Mpho Ndaba

Advancing the southern discourses on development, with a focus on South African land reform and food sovereignty

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Baone Twala

Re-balancing the burden of the realisation of human rights from the judiciary to the executive branch of the State

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Nceba December

Access by foreign nationals in South Africa to the right to naturalisation under the Constitution and legislation

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Ntokozo Sibahle Yingwana

The influence of mobility – including migration and other forms of movement – on gendered sexualities in sex work

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Obakeng Terence Van Dyk

Advancing democracy, promoting constitutionalism, and empowering vulnerable groups through an analysis of judicial decisions on the legal status of invalid administrative action

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Silindile Nanzile Mlilo

Exploring second and third generation migrants’ subjective position amidst post-colonial independence in Africa: identity, belonging, and the concept of citizenship as officially constructed by the state

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Silomo Khumalo

Disability rights with a focus on access to education and justice as enshrined in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

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Sonto Dube

The gaps between formal and substantive access to justice for poor and marginalised populations and the role that community-based paralegals play in promoting access to justice

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Thabang Ramakhula

Gender-responsive governance for women’s empowerment and political representation in Lesotho: the effectiveness of quota systems, the impact of partisan politics, and the merits of various electoral systems

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Tholakele Nene

The ‘traditional’ attitudes of underground miners and mine managers regarding safety in underground mining with a view to curbing mining fatalities and injuries

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Tumelo Modiselle

The history of gender and patriarchy in pre-colonial African society: understanding gender oppression and violence perpetuated against black women

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Xavia Siyabonga Poswa

The intersection of the role of traditional leaders and municipalities in spatial planning and land use management