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 Dr. Tinashe Kondo

Position: Lecturer
Department: Mercantile and Labour Law
Faculty: Faculty of Law
Qualifications: LLD, LLM, LLB & B.com
Tel: 021 959 2369
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Email: tkondo@uwc.ac.za
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Biography

 I am currently a  lecturer in the Mercantile Law Department within the Faculty of Law at the University of the Western Cape.

I earned my LLD in Mercantile  Law at the University of the Western Cape in 2018 with a graduate specialisation in International Investment Law.  My doctoral thesis focused on Rethinking the Law of Foreign Direct Investment in Zimbabwe. The thesis was lauded by all examiners and recommended for publication as a book. At present, I am working on publishing the manuscript as a book with African Sun Publishers.

Prior to this I completed a masters in mercantile law at the same institution. My thesis was on digital taxation,  examining how online businesses operating in South Africa should be taxed. I also hold a bachelor of laws and a bachelor of commerce in law from the University of the Western Cape.

At present, I teach four different courses, namely; the Law of Payment Instruments, Competition Law, the Law of Insolvency and Communications Transactions Law. My research interests are in International Investment Law, International Human Rights Law and Cyber Law.  I have published a number of articles in these areas and I currently supervising 5 masters students and 3 doctoral students in these areas.

Publications

1. Kondo T ‘Socio-economic rights in Zimbabwe: Trends and emerging jurisprudence’ (2017) 17 African Human Rights Law Journal 163-193.

2. Kondo T ‘A Comparison with Analysis of the SADC FIP before and after Its Amendment’ (2017) Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad20, 1-47.

3. Kondo T, Katsenga NN & Zvidzayi T ‘Cybercrime and Human Rights: A Case for the Due Process of Internet Criminals’ (2018) 6 Forensic Research and Criminology Journal 119 -122.

4. Kondo T ‘Socio-economic Rights in Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe’ (2018) 19 ESR Review : Economic and Social Rights in South Africa 2  – 5.

5. Kondo T ‘Judicial Overreach in Protecting the Right to Access to Housing in South Africa: A Review of Fisher v Unlawful Occupiers, Erf 150, Phillipi’ (2018) 19 ESR Review : Economic and Social Rights in South Africa 14 – 18.​​​​​​​​​​​​​

 

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