LLB (UJ), LLM (NWU)
In 2009 I graduated from the University of Johannesburg with an LLB degree. In 2010, I began serving articles with Bell Dewar Inc (Fasken). I successfully completed articles and passed the attorneys board exams. In 2012, I joined the Department of Justice & Constitutional Development as a Law Researcher at the North West High Court. During my time as Law researcher I was also appointed as a law reports editor for the Industrial Law Journal. In 2016, I was appointed as a Lecturer at the University of the Free State. In 2018 I was appointed as Lecturer at the North-West University. In 2020i was appointed as a Lecturer at the University of Venda. I am Currently a Senior Lecturer at the North West University.
• Some Thoughts on Developments Regarding the Recovery of Damages for Pure Psychiatric or Psychological Injury Sustained in the Workplace (2015) 36 ILJ 2460 (with Judge AA Landman). • Comparative discussion of the regulation of Mental Health Review Boards in South Africa and The Mental Health Review Tribunal in the United Kingdom 2017 CILSA 50 (1) 51. • Administering of an oath by an interpreter in the Magistrate Court: A critical evaluation of recent case law 2017 Obiter 38 (2) 357. • The Powers of the Court in terms of Section 7 (2) of the Domestic Violence Act 116 of 1998: KS v AM 2018 (1) SACR 240 (GJ) 2019 Obiter 40 (3) 241. • Assessment of Contested Expert Medical Evidence in Medical Negligence Case: A Comparative Analysis of the Court’s approach to Bolam/Bolitho test in England, South Africa and Singapore 2019 Speculum Juris 33(1) 54. • Mental Illness, Harassment and Labour Laws: Some Thoughts on Harassment by Employees Suffering from Mental Illness 2020 Obiter 41(3) 538. • Growth orientated agriculture, Cooperatives and policy reforms: towards poverty alleviation and food security in Grid-locked African Economic Sovereignty: Decolonising the Neo-Imperial Socio-Economic & Legal Force-fields in the 21st Century (2019) (with U Luvhengo and LJ Nembo).