Two new appointees in the Public Law Department
The Public Law Department has recently appointed Mr Phindile Ntliziywana and Mr Khomotso Moshikaro, as lecturers in the department. Please see below a short bio on Mr Ntliziywana and Mr Moshikaro:
Mr Phindile Ntliziywana holds LLB (2008) and LLM (2009) degrees from the University of the Western Cape. He also holds a Diploma in Federalism from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He has worked as a researcher attached to the Community Law Centre at UWC for the past four or so years and is currently reading for an LLD. His area of interest is the professionalisation of the public service, with particular focus on local government. His LLM thesis focused on professionalisation of the administrative arm of local government with the aim of addressing the capacity deficit at local government level. He will be appointed against the New Generation Academic Programme (nGAP) post.
Mr Khomotso Moshikaro completed his LLB (Cum Laude) at the University of Pretoria in 2012. He then went to Oxford University, where he completed a Bachelor of Civil Laws at the University of Oxford (2014) and an MSc in Contemporary Chinese Studies (2015). He worked as a law clerk in the Constitutional Court of South Africa and as a researcher at the South African International and Advanced Constitutional Law Institute (SAIFAC). His areas of specialisation are legal theory, constitutional law, competition and regulation and civil procedural theory. His post will be funded by the Faculty.