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Position: Head of Department (Criminal Justice and Procedure)
Tel: +27 (0) 21 959 3376
Emailajhamman@uwc.ac.za



Position
: Lecturer
Tel: +27 (0) 21 959 3322
Emailaapetersen@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications:
LLB, University of the Western Cape
LLM in Human Rights Protection, University of the Western Cape
LLD in Comparative Constitutional Law (candidate), University of the Western Cape

Biography: 

I was a Graduate Lecturing Assistant at the University of the Western Cape from 2017 until 2019 where I tutored, and also completed my LLM and started my LLD. I am currently a lecturer in the Department of Criminal Justice and Procedure where I will be lecturing Basic Skills Law, Civil Procedure and the Law of Criminal Procedure in 2020.



Position
: Lecturer
Tel: +27 (0)21 959 9460
Emailcsmart@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications:
LLM (UWC)
LLB(UWC)
Dip In Nursing (General, Midwifery, Community Health & Psychiatry) & Palliative Care

Biography: 
Caroline Smart is a lecturer in the Criminal Justice & Procedure Department at the University of the Western Cape, with an LLB and LLM (International Criminal Justice). She lectures Criminal Law in the LLB and an elective on Advanced Criminal Law. She also lectures Criminal Law in the Certificate in Forensics Examinations. Her research focuses on substantive criminal law, criminology and economic crimes.
She is a graduate of the University of the Western Cape (UWC). After she completed her LLB, she was UWC's first recipient of the South African German Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice (TRANSCRIM) DAAD scholarship and was awarded a LLM in Transnational Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention – an International and African Perspective. She is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa and completed her articles at Herold Gie Attorneys in Cape Town. While at Herold Gie Attorneys, she tutored Criminal Law at UNISA.
Caroline joined the UWC Law Faculty in 2013. She is currently completing a PhD that focuses on criminal law defences and battered woman's syndrome.
She also holds a Diploma in Nursing (general, community health, psychiatry, midwifery) & Palliative Care. Prior completing her LLB, she worked as a Registered Nurse for approximately 15 years. Expertise/ Research Interests:- Criminal Justice Teaching: -Criminal Law & Advanced Criminal Law.
 



Position
: Lecturer
Tel: +27 021 959 2419
Emailcsanger@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications:
LLM (UCLA)
LLB (UWC)

Biography: 
Cherith holds an LL.B from the University of the Western Cape and an LL.M (with a 3.86 GPA having passed with the 3rd highest GPA in her class) with a specialisation in Gender, Health and Human Rights from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. She obtained her LLM through the UCLA Law/Sonke Gender Justice Fellowship. She was admitted as an attorney in the Cape High Court in 2007 and practiced at the then Deneys Reitz Attorneys till 2008. She then conducted impact litigation and legal advocacy in the area of women’s rights and gender equality in the non-profit sector. Therefafter, Cherith consulted with KA Le Grange Attorneys providing legal services to NGO's, government departments and individuals including in the areas of sex work and the law, gender and the law, labour law and family law. In 2009 and 2010 Cherith was selected as one the Mail & Guardians Top 300 Young South Africans. More recently, in 2017, she was selected and profiled for Dorothy Black's Shine Project for her contributions to women's health and sexuality rights.

Publications:

Journal Articles
  • Sanger C ‘S v Mthethwa: Justice for Sex Workers in the Face of Criminalisation?’ (2020) Agenda, 1. Available online at: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10130950.2019.1692514 \
  • Keehn, E, Stemple, L, Sanger, C and Peacock D ‘Compliance with Sexual Offences Laws Uneven and Still Insufficient: South African Police Services' Station-Level’ (2013) Feminist Criminology (SAGE).
Book Chapters
  • Sanger, N and Sanger C, The Best Interests of the Child’: Reflecting on the Family and the Law as Sites of Oppressive Hetero-Socialisation in Carrien Lubbe-De Beer and John Marnell Home Affairs, Rethinking Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Families in Contemporary South Africa (2013) Fanela, an imprint of Jacana Media in association with Gay and Lesbian Memory in Action.
Selected Informal Publications Since 2015
  • Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (2020) Sex Workers and the Law under Lockdown in South Africa: What you Need to Know, 1-12.
  • Sanger C on behalf of the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (2018) Sex Worker Labour Law Guide: A Guide to Your Rights, 1-33.
  • Sanger C on behalf of Sonke Gender Justice (2015) How to Support Community Members Affected by Gender Based Violence: A Guide for Community Activists and Human Rights Defenders, 1-139.
     

Networks:

  • Plumpets Animal Hospital
  • Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT).



Position
: Senior Lecturer
Tel: +27 (0)21 959 3601
Emailcalbertus@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications:
LLB (cum laude)
LLM (Con. Lit)
LLD (Criminal Justice)

Biography: 

Dr Chesné Albertus graduated with her LLD in Criminal Justice from the University of the Western Cape in 2018. Her main research interests include criminal justice with a special focus on constitutional rights, crime prevention and economic crimes as well as prisoner rights. She has taught the Law of Criminal Procedure, Advanced Criminal Procedure, the Law of Evidence and Law of Economic Crimes at undergraduate level.  At postgraduate level she teaches Sentencing and Punishment and Constitutional Criminal Justice. Dr Albertus continues to publish articles and supervise students at LL.M and LL.D level primarily in the same areas.

Prior to joining the Law Faculty, Dr Albertus worked at the Open Society Foundation for South Africa as a Programme Officer in the Criminal Justice Initiative.  Her work included identifying, commissioning, and supporting projects and initiatives aimed at contributing to a more effective South African criminal justice system based on the constitutional values of dignity, equality and freedom. 

Dr Albertus is also a former clerk of the Constitutional Court of South Africa.  Her clerkship was served under former Constitutional Court Justice Albie Sachs.

Dr Albertus is currently the co-managing editor of the Journal of Anti-Corruption Law.

Publications:

  • Palliative care for terminally ill inmates: Does the State have a legal obligation?  South African Journal of Criminal Justice 2012 25(1) 67 - 83.
 
  • Protecting inmates’ dignity and the public’s safety: A critical analysis of the new law on medical parole in South Africa Law, Democracy and Development  2012 (16) 185 - 198. 
 
  • The right to health in respect of terminally ill South Africans Speculum Juris  2014 (28) part 2. 142 -157
 
  • Dudley Lee v Minister of Correctional Services: A road map to some of weak links in the South African custodial chain.  Journal for Third World Studies 2015 67 -90
 
  • (with Chiduza L) A recipe for immunity or impunity? A commentary on the Southern Litigation Centre v The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and Others  Namibia Law Journal 2017 (9) 139-152
 
  • Remand detainees who are terminally ill: Does the law offer adequate opportunities for their release? South African Journal of Criminal Justice 2017 (30)  154- 161
 
  • (with Nortje W and Hamman A) "Deciphering Dangerousness: A Critical Analysis of Section 286A and B of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977’ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal
 
  • (with Nanima R and Hamman A) Voice evidence in criminal trials: Reflections on the court’s application of section 37(1)(c) of the CPA in S v Mahlangu 2018 (2) SACR 64 (GP)
 
  • The national policy framework and strategy on Palliative care 2017‒2022: What’s in it for terminally Ill inmates in South Africa?  Obiter 40(4) 2020 670-683
 
  • Offender Reintegration in South Africa: A complementary crime prevention measure, OSF-SA Occasional Paper 7 2010,  1-23

 



Position
: Lecturer
Tel: +27 (0)21 959 3298
Emaildladams@uwc.ac.za



Position: Professor 
Tel: 021 959 3280/3299
Email: jdmujuzi@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications: 
LLB, Makerere University, Uganda;
LLM (Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa), University of Pretoria;
LLM (Human Rights Specialising in Reproductive and Sexual Health Rights), University of the Free State;
LLD (life imprisonment in international criminal law and selected African countries), UWC.

Biography:

Prof. Mujuzi’s research interests include international co-operation in criminal matters, criminal procedure, law of evidence and human rights generally (especially from an African perspective). He is an author of over 170 (one hundred and seventy) articles and chapters in books on various aspects of criminal law, criminal justice, prevention of corruption and human rights which have been published in some of the most prestigious peer-reviewed law journals in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. Some of his articles have been cited by the South African Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal and the High Courts of Uganda and South Africa. His article was also cited in the 2010 United Nations Secretary General’s Report on the Death Penalty, that is, the ‘eighth quinquennial report [which] reviews the use of and trends in capital punishment, including the implementation of the safeguards during the period 2004-2008.” E/2010/10, 18 December 2009.  He is rated an established researcher by the South African National Research Foundation.

Prof. Mujuzi has presented papers (including by invitation) at several national and international workshops and forums on various aspects of criminal law and human rights in countries, such as, South Africa, Uganda, Kenya, Botswana, Nigeria, Swaziland, the United Kingdom, Seychelles, the United States of America, the Netherlands, India, Ghana, Spain and Namibia.

He has conducted human rights-related research or activities in countries such as the United Kingdom, Namibia, Mauritius, Germany, Sierra Leone, Qatar, Finland, Botswana, Zambia, Uganda, Cameroon, Seychelles, Tanzania, Kenya, and Malawi.

He has successfully supervised and continues to supervise LLB, LLM and LLD/PhD students. He has been an external examiner (LLB, LLM and PhD/LLD) for many universities in different African countries. He has advised international organisations, government departments and law firms (in Africa and Europe) on human rights and criminal justice issues.

He has been interviewed by leading South African television and radio stations and newspapers on various criminal justice issues such as private prosecutions, transfer of offenders between countries, the prohibition of torture, public prosecutors’ discretionary powers and the placement of offenders (prisoners) on parole.

He has been a visiting academic at different universities (schools or faculties of law) such as University of Oxford; University of Nottingham; University of Dar es Salaam; Makerere University; Islamic University in Uganda; the University of Seychelles; University of Ibadan.

He is the former Editor-in-Chief (2012 – June 2018) of the Faculty of Law’s Journal, Law, Democracy and Development. He is one of the founding Editors-in-Chief of the Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (Faculty of Law, UWC). He is a member of the editorial boards a few journals in Africa and Europe. He has reviewed manuscripts (articles) for journals in different parts of the world.

From early July 2009 to late June 2011 Prof. Mujuzi worked as the Senior Project Officer, Criminal Justice Initiative, Open Society Foundation for South Africa (OSF-SA), in Cape Town. OSF-SA is part of the Open Society Foundations. As a Senior Project Officer, he worked with colleagues in conceptualising, implementing, and overseeing the implementation of various criminal justice-related projects in South Africa and in some Southern Africa countries. These projects included policing, prisons, legislative monitoring and reform, prevention and punishment of torture, and crime prevention.

From February 2007 to June 2009, Prof. Mujuzi was a Doctoral Researcher at the Community Law Centre (Dullar Omar Institute), UWC, in the Civil Society Prison Reform Initiative (Africa Criminal Justice Reform), where he was involved in research and advocacy aimed at promoting the rights of prisoners in South Africa and other African countries.

In 2004 Prof. Mujuzi worked as a Legal Officer at the African Centre for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture Victims, in Uganda, where he was involved in, amongst other things, investigating and documenting allegations of torture in various Ugandan prisons, and training military, police and security officers in the prohibition of torture.

Publications:

  1. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): The Prosecution in Seychelles of Piracy Committed on the High Seas and the Right to a Fair Trial. Criminal Law Forum 31(1) 1 – 48
  2. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Prosecuting and Punishing Copyright Infringements in South Africa: A Comment on the Copyright Amendment Bill, B13B-2017. South African Journal of Criminal Justice 33(3) 731 - 751
  3. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Prosecuting and Punishing Persons for Sending Messages of Obscene, Offensive, Threatening or Menacing Character under the Mauritian Information and Communication Technologies Act. Speculum Juris 34(2) 115 – 132
  4. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Presumption of Marriage in Uganda. International Journal of Law, Policy and The Family 34(3) 247–271
  5. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Hearsay evidence in Uganda: Understanding its Meaning, Admissibility and Probative Value. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 24(4), 418–439
  6. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Prisoners’ Right to Vote in Uganda: Comment on Kalali Steven v Attorney General and the Electoral Commission. Journal of African Elections 19(2), 18 - 32
  7. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Exclusion from refugee status of asylum seekers who have allegedly committed war crimes in non-international armed conflicts outside South Africa. South African Journal of Criminal Justice 33(2) 425 – 445
  8. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Non-refoulement Principle and Its Application to Refugees and Asylum Seekers Who Have Committed Offences in Africa. International Human Rights Law Review 9(2), 213 – 251
  9. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): The right to freedom from discrimination in Rwanda. International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 20(2-3) 156 – 180
  10. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): The Right Not to be discriminated Against in Employment in Kenya. Industrial Law Journal (Juta) 41, 1547 - 1567
  11. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): The Seychelles Juvenile Court and the Right to a Fair Trial: Implementing Article 19(2) of the Constitution, Sections 94–98 of the Children Act and the Children Act (Juvenile Court) Rules. Statute Law Review 41(2) 159 - 188
  12. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Electricity Theft in South Africa: Examining the Need to Clarify the Offence and Pursue Private Prosecution? Obiter 40(1) 78 – 87
  13. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Reconciling Customary Law and Cultural Practices with Human Rights in Uganda. Obiter 40(2) 239 – 256
  14. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): The Admissibility in Seychelles of Improperly Obtained Fingerprint Evidence: A Comment on Jean François Adrienne & Another v R (Criminal Appeal Sca25 & 26/2015) [2017] SCCA 25 (11 August 2017). African Journal of International and Comparative Law 28 (3) 506–525
  15. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): The Accused’s Right of Access to the Materials of the Case in Private Prosecutions in Cyprus and Directive 2012/13/EU: A Comment on Reference to the Application of Ostia Developers Ltd et al., Political Request No. 171/2019 (9 October 2019). European Criminal Law Review 10(1) 111 – 125
  16. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Hearsay Evidence in Labour Disputes in South Africa. Industrial Law Journal (Juta) 41, 804 – 820
  17. Mujuzi, J.D. (2020): Contentious Jurisdiction: The Kenyan Kadhis’ Courts and their Application of the Islamic Law of Custody and Maintenance of Wives and Children. Journal of Comparative Law in Africa 7(1) 93 – 119
  18. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): The Prosecution in Uganda’s Courts of the Offences of Murder and Robbery Committed Abroad and the Right to be Tried before a Competent Court: A Comment on Bakubye & Anor v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.56 of 2015.) [2018] UGSC 5 (17 January 2018). Speculum Juris 33(2) 105 – 115
  19. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Investigating, prosecuting and punishing corruption in Commonwealth East and Southern African countries. Commonwealth Law Bulletin 45(3) 477 – 523
  20. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Protecting the right to freedom from discrimination in Zambia: Understanding the constitutional and legislative grounds. International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 19(3 – 4) 155–177
  21. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Compensation for wrongful conviction in Ghana. Commonwealth Law Bulletin 45(2) 257 – 276
  22. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): The Admissibility of Confessions and Real Evidence Obtained in Violation of Human Rights in Criminal Trials in European Countries: Analysing the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. European Criminal Law Review 9(3) 253 – 273
  23. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Mauritian Courts and the Protection of the Rights of Asylum Seekers in the Absence of Dedicated Legislation. International Journal of Refugee Law 31(2/3) 321–342
  24. Mujuzi J.D. (2019): The Admissibility of Evidence Obtained through Human Rights Violations in Ghana: Analysing Cubagee v Asare and Others (NO. J6/04/2017) [2018] GHASC 14 (28 February 2018). 12(1) African Journal of Legal Studies 80 – 104
  25. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): The Right to Compensation for Wrongful Conviction/Miscarriage of Justice in International Law. International Human Rights Law Review 8(2) 215 - 244
  26. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): The contribution of notions of religion in drafting some of the provisions in the 1995 Constitution of Uganda. Nordic Journal of African Studies 28(2) 1 – 16
  27. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Victim Participation in Parole Proceedings in South Africa. Southern African Public Law. 34(1) 1 - 18
  28. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Private prosecution of intellectual property rights infringements in Singapore. Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property 9(4) 484 – 489
  29. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): The History and Nature of the Rights to Institute a Private Prosecution in South Africa. Fundamina: A Journal of Legal History 25(1) 131 - 169
  30. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Private Prosecution in Nigeria under the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015. Journal of African Law 63(2) 225 -250
  31. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): ‘The Seychellois Family Tribunal and its Implementation of the Family Violence (Protection of Victims) Act 2000’ in M Brinig (ed) The International Survey of Family Law (Intersentia) 281 – 303
  32. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Private prosecution as a local remedy before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights: African Human Rights Law Journal 19(1) 26 – 42
  33. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): The admissibility of evidence obtained through human rights violations in Zambia: Revisiting Liswaniso v The People (1976) Zambia Law Reports 277. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 23(1) 316 – 329
  34. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): The Right to Equality at the Dissolution of a Marriage in Uganda. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 33(2) 204 – 227
  35. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): The admissibility of evidence obtained through human rights violations in Seychelles. South African Journal of Criminal Justice. 32(1) 1 – 27
  36. Mujuzi, J.D. (2019): Relying on Foreign Convictions from Non-European Economic Area States to Investigate Unexplained Wealth for the Purpose of Combating Money Laundering in the United Kingdom: A Comment on National Crime Agency v Hajiyeva (Rev 1) [2018] EWHC 2534 (Admin) (03 October 2018). European Criminal Law Review 9(1) 120 – 132
  37. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): The Principle of Non-Refoulement in South Africa and the Exclusion from Refugee Status of Asylum Seekers who have Committed Offences Abroad: A Comment on Gavric v Refugee Status Determination Officer, Cape Town and Others. South African Yearbook on International Law 43, 20 – 46
  38. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): Spent Convictions in Hong Kong. Commonwealth Law Bulletin 44(4) 519 – 547
  39. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): Private prosecution in Singapore: understanding locus standi and measures in place to minimise abuse. Commonwealth Law Bulletin 44(2) 205 – 226
  40. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): Private prosecutions in Kenya. African Journal of Legal Studies. 11(1) 33 – 70
  41. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): Seychellois courts and the protection of the right to equal protection of the law. International Journal of Discrimination and the Law. 18(4) 237 – 258
  42. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): The admissibility of evidence obtained through human rights violations in Mauritius. South African Journal of Criminal Justice. 31(2) 260 – 281
  43. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): ‘The Law and the Protection of the Family in Sentencing Primary Caregivers of Children: Practice from a Few African Countries’ in M Brinig and F Banda (eds) The International Survey of Family Law (Intersentia)23 – 49
  44. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): Misapplying Section 252A of the Criminal Procedure Act — The Questionable Admissibility of Evidence obtained through Traps and Undercover Operations in Employment Matters: 39 Industrial Law Journal 749
  45. Mujuzi, J.D. (2018): The Supreme Court of Mauritius and Its Reliance on International Treaties to Interpret Legislation: Reconciling the Tension Between International Law and Domestic Law: 39(2) Statute Law Review 118 – 133
  46. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): Private Prosecution of Crimes under International Law as a means to Combat Impunity in some African Countries: The Likely Challenges. 8 African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law 78 - 97 
  47. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): Private Prosecution of Copyright Infringements in   Kenya: a Comment on Albert Gacheru Kiarie T/A Wamaitu Productions v James Maina Munene & 7 others [2016] eKLR 1. 5 South African Intellectual Property Law Journal 170 – 185
  48. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights and Its Protection of the Right to a Fair Trial. 16(2) The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 187–223
  49. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): The Transfer of Offenders between European Countries and Remission of Sentences: A Comment on the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s Judgment in Criminal Proceedings against Atanas Ognyanov of 8 November 2016 Dealing with Article 17 of Council Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA. 7(3) European Criminal Law Review 289 - 303
  50. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): Victim Participation in Plea and Sentence Agreements in South Africa as a “Right”: Analysing Wickham v Magistrate, Stellenbosch and Others 2017 (1) SACR 209 (CC). Southern African Public Law
  51. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): The Mauritian Piracy Act: A Comment on the Director of Public Prosecutions v Ali Abeoulkader Mohamed Decision.  48(1) Ocean Development and International Law 69 –78
  52. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): Protecting Animals from Mistreatment through Private Prosecutions in South Africa: A Comment on National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development 2016 1 SACR 308 (SCA). 61(2) Journal of African Law 289 – 304
  53. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): Private Prosecutions in Mauritius: Clarifying Locus Standi and Making the Director of Public Prosecutions more Accountable. 10(1) African Journal of Legal Studies 1 – 34
  54. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): The “Best Interests of the Child” as a Factor in Allowing Foreigners with Criminal Records to Enter Canada and in Staying the Deportation of Foreign National Offenders from Canada. 13(1) Acta Universitatis Danubius 162 – 184
  55. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): Public Procurement, Foreign Convictions and the Canadian Ineligibility and Suspension Policy of the Integrity Regime: Some of the Issues to Grapple with. 26(3) Public Procurement Law Review 81 – 85
  56. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): Strengthening the Right to Institute  a Private Prosecution in Uganda by Amending Article 120(3) of the Constitution: A Comment on Uganda v Inspector General Of Police, General Kale Kayihura and 7 Others (17 August 2016): 25(4) African Journal of International and Comparative Law 589 – 606
  57. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): Marriage by Foreign Nationals to Mauritian Citizens: A Comment on section 19A of the Civil Status Act of 1981’ in M Brinig and F Banda (eds) The International Survey of Family Law 225 - 238.
  58. Mujuzi, J.D. (2017): The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and its promotion and protection of the right to freedom from discrimination. 17(2) International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 86 - 136
  59. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016/2017): The Mauritian Supreme Court Reliance on French and British Laws to Resolve Private International Law Disputes. 18 Yearbook of Private International Law 423 – 430
  60. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016) ‘Private Prosecutions in Zanzibar.’ 6 Zanzibar Yearbook of Law 225 – 255. Also published in (2017) 23(2) East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights 200 - 231
  61. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): A Prisoner’s Right to Be Released or Placed on Parole: A Comment On Öcalan v Turkey (No. 2) (18 March 2014). 9(1) Baltic Journal of Law & Politics 69 – 92
  62. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): Private Prosecutions in Hong Kong: The Role of the Magistrates and State Intervention to Prevent Abuse. 4 (2) Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 253-273
  63. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): The admissibility in Namibia of evidence obtained through human rights violations. 16 African Human Rights Law Journal 407 – 434
  64. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): The Transfer of Sentenced Persons between European Countries and the Protection of the Right to Family Life: A Comment on Serce v Romania. 6(3) European Criminal Law Review 307 – 319
  65. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): War Criminals Transferred to Serve their Sentences in Foreign Countries and their Right to Family Life: A Comment on the Residual Special Court for Sierra Leone’s Decision in Charles Ghankay Taylor’s Motion for Termination of Enforcement of Sentence in the United Kingdom and for Transfer to Rwanda. 15(3) The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 419 – 444
  66. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): Life imprisonment in Uganda: Is the principle of legal precedent in question? 45(2-3) Common Law World Review 153–164
  67. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): Invoking Parliamentary Debates (Hansard) to Interpret Legislation in Mauritius: The Prevention of Corruption Act. 37(1) Statute Law Review 77- 92
  68. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): The Right of Prisoners to Vote historical and contemporary conserns ” in Oloka-Onyanga & Josephine Ahikire (eds) Controlling Consent: Uganda’s 2016 Elections (Africa World Press/The Red Sea Press) 261 -  278
  69. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): ‘Taking judicial notice of adjudicated facts: The Special Court for Sierra Leone’ in André Klip and Steven Freeland (eds) Annotated Leading Case of International Criminal Tribunals – volume 47: The Special Court for Sierra Leone 2009-2012 (Intersentia, ISBN 978-1-78068-285-3) (2016) 50-56
  70. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): ‘Preventing and combating domestic violence in Europe: The jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights’ in B Atkin and F Banda (eds) The International Survey of Family Law 165-185.
  71. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): Private prosecution of environmental offences under the South African National Environmental Management Act: Prospects and challenges. 29(1) South African Journal of Criminal Justice 24 – 43
  72. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): “Life Imprisonment and Human Rights in Uganda” in Dirk van Zyl Smit and Catherine Appleton (eds), Life Imprisonment and Human Rights (Broomsbury, 2016) 97 - 118
  73. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): Victim Participation in the Criminal Justice System in the European Union through Private Prosecutions: Issues Emerging from the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. 24 (2 – 3) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 107 – 134
  74. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): Private prosecutions in Zimbabwe: Victim participation in the criminal justice system versus prosecutorial independence. 56 South African Crime Quarterly 37 - 45
  75. Mujuzi, J.D. (2016): Bank Secrecy: Implementing the Relevant Provisions of the United Nations Convention against Corruption in South Africa: in BSC Martin and RA Koen, Law and Justice at the Dawn of the 21st Century: Essays in Honour of Lovell Derek Fernandez (2016 – Faculty of Law, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town) 117 – 141 
  76. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): The Prosecution in South Africa of International Offences Committed Abroad: The Need to Harmonise Jurisdictional Requirements and Clarify Some Issues.  African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law 96 - 117.
  77. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Punishing Foreign and Local Companies (Corporations) For Bribery in Mauritius: The Need to Amend the Prevention of Corruption Act. 1 (2) Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law & Practice 42 - 53.
  78. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Prosecuting and Punishing Torture in South Africa as a Discrete Crime and as a Crime against Humanity. 23(2) African Journal of International and Comparative Law 339–355
  79. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Spent convictions in Mauritius: Analysing the Police and Criminal Evidence Bill, 2013: 28(2) South African Journal of Criminal Justice 284 – 302
  80. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Strengthening Democracy through Investigating, Prosecuting and Punishing Corruption in Mauritius: 21 (2) East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights 282 - 326
  81. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): The South African International Co-operation in Criminal Matters Act and the Issue of Evidence. 48(2) De Jure 351 – 387
  82. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): International Cooperation in Criminal Matters: Recent Jurisprudence of the Malaysian Courts. 8(2) Journal of East Asia and International Law 525 – 538
  83. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Private prosecutions and discrimination against juristic persons in South Africa: A comment on National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development & Another. 15(1) African Human Rights Law Journal 580 - 595
  84. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Human Rights and the Transfer of Sentenced Offenders within South Africa and How it could Impact on the Transfer of Offenders from Other Countries to South Africa. 32(1) Journal of Third World Studies 59 - 81
  85. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): The Right to Institute a Private Prosecution: A Comparative Analysis. 4(2) International Human Rights Law Review 222 - 255
  86. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Legal pluralism and the convention on the transfer of sentenced persons in practice: highlighting the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights on the transfer of sentenced persons within and to Europe. 47(2) The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 324 – 346
  87. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015). Protection Orders under the Mauritian Protection from Violence Act: in B Atkin and F Banda (eds) The International Survey of Family Law 211 – 227.
  88. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): The Namibian Combating of Domestic Violence Act in Practice. (2015) 29 (2) Int J Law Policy Family 133-148
  89. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Evidence obtained through violating the right to freedom from torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment in South Africa. 15(1) African Human Rights Law Journal 89 – 109
  90. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Evidence by means of closed circuit television or similar electronic media in South Africa: Does section 158 of the Criminal Procedure Act have extra-territorial application? 48 (1) De Jure 1 – 16
  91. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Diversion in the South African criminal justice system: Emerging Jurisprudence’ 28(1) South African Journal of Criminal Justice 40 – 58
  92. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): ‘[Ant-terrorism law in] South Africa’ Kent Roach (ed), Comparative Counter-Terrorism Law (Cambridge University Press) 543 - 568
  93. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): The Right to a Fair Trial in Criminal Proceedings and the United Kingdom Courts’ Recognition of Foreign Convictions from Non-EU Member States: Selected Examples from China, India and Morocco. 4(1) International Human Rights Law Review 81 - 103.
  94. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): The Admissibility of an Extra-Curial Admission by an Accused as Hearsay Evidence against a Co-Accused in South Africa: Litako and others v S Reconsidering S v Ndhlovu & others. 19(1) The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 3-10
  95. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): The Recognition of Foreign Convictions From Member States of the European Union in Criminal Trials in the United Kingdom: Emerging Issues. 5(1) European Criminal Law Review 86 – 106.
  96. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Disregarding Criminal Records for the Purpose Employment in Mauritius: The Making of the Certificate of Character Act and Issues that Need to be Addressed: Statute Law Review 36 (1): 59-85
  97. Mujuzi, J.D. (2015): Analysing the Irish Supreme Court judgement of Sweeney v Governor of Loughhan House Open Center and Others in the Light of the European Court of Human Rights’ Jurisprudence on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons. 23 European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 33 – 55
  98. Mujuzi, J.D. (2014): The Conditional Early Release of Offenders Transferred from the Special Court for Sierra Leone to Serve Their Sentences in Designated States: Some Observations and Recommendations: African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law 154 - 170.
  99. Mujuzi, J.D. (2014): The transfer of offenders from other countries to Canada: analysing the theory and practice. 2 The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 120 – 154
  100. Mujuzi, J.D. (2014): Legal pluralism and using foreign previous convictions or criminal records for the purpose of sentencing: implementing Article 41 of the United Nations Convention against Corruption in South Africa. 46 The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 338 - 356
  101. Mujuzi, J.D. (2014): The Expungement of Criminal Records in South Africa: The Drafting History of the Law, the Unresolved Issues, and How They Could be Resolved. 35 Statute Law Review 278-303
  102. Mujuzi, J.D. (2014): The Ugandan Domestic Violence Act: The Drafting History and Challenges to Its Implementation. 28 International Journal of Law, Policy and The Family 257–273
  103. Mujuzi, J.D. & B Tsweledi (2014): Discrimination on the basis of a criminal record in South Africa: Is having a criminal record an analogous ground? 14(4) International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 244 - 256
  104. Mujuzi, J.D. (2014): Transferring sentenced persons (offenders) to the United Kingdom: Highlighting some of the human rights issues courts have had to deal with: 1 State Practice & International Law Journal 73 - 96
  105. Mujuzi, J.D. (2014): Interpreting the Irish Transfer of Sentenced Persons Act: The Role of Foreign Law, International Law, and the Constitution. 35 Statute Law Review 139-158
  106. Mujuzi, J.D. (2014): Presidential Immunity from Criminal Prosecution in the Ugandan Constitution: Drafting History and Emerging Jurisprudence. 22 African Journal of International and Comparative Law 140 - 154
  107. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): Legal pluralism and the right to family life, and the transfer of offenders who are nationals of African countries, within Africa and to Africa. 45 The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 267-295
  108. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): The Consequences of the Abolition of the Mandatory Death Penalty in Uganda. In Peter Hodgkinson, The International Library of Essays on Capital Punishment:  Abolition and Alternatives to Capital Punishment (Volume II) (aSHGATE, 2013) 303 - 317
  109. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): The Ugandan Customary Marriage (Registration) Act: A Comment. 30 Journal of Third World Studies 171 - 191
  110. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): The Supreme Court of Canada and the Offender’s Right to be Transferred to Serve his Sentence in Canada: Interpreting the International Transfer of Offenders Act in Light of Canada’s National and International Human Rights Obligations. 6 Baltic Journal of Law & Politics 102-123
  111. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): Prisoner Transfer to South Africa: Some of the Likely Challenges. 16 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 151 - 185
  112. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): Implementing Article 45 of the UN Convention against Corruption (on the transfer of sentenced persons) in Africa: prospects and challenges. 46 Law and Politics in Africa, Asia and Latin America (Verfassung und Recht in Übersee) 430 – 464
  113. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): Domestic courts and the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom from Torture in Southern African Development Community Countries. 27 Speculum Juris 22 - 44
  114. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): Hearsay evidence in South Africa: should courts add the ‘sole and decisive rule’ to their arsenal? 17 The International Journal of Evidence and Proof 347 - 366
  115. Mujuzi, J.D.(2013): (Mis)interpreting the Statute? The International Criminal Court and the sentence of life imprisonment and other emerging sentencing issues: A Comment on the Trial Chamber I Decision on Sentence in Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo. 13 International Criminal Law Review 917 - 925.
  116. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): Torture. In: Oxford Bibliographies in International Law, Ed.Carty T., New York: Oxford University Press.
  117. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): Analysing the human rights issues relating to the transfer of sentenced persons between Hong Kong and other countries. 1 The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 335 - 364
  118. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): Developing Common Law to Expand the Meaning of the Right to a Fair Trial in South Africa: The Accused’s Right to be Heard before the Court Imposes the Sentence. 42 Common Law World Review 137 – 150.
  119. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the admissibility of evidence obtained as a result or torture, cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment or punishment: A comment on Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights and Interights v Arab Republic of Egypt. 17 The International Journal of Evidence and Proof 284 – 294.
  120. Mujuzi, J.D. (2013): The admissibility of evidence obtained in a manner that violates human rights under the 2010 Kenyan Constitution: How courts could interpret Article 50(4). 2 International Human Rights Law Review 151–169.
  121. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): Analysing the agreements (treaties) on the transfer of sentenced (offenders/prisoners) between the United Kingdom and 22 Asian, African and Latin American countries. 20(4) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 377 – 414
  122. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012). Widow Inheritance in Uganda: in B Atkin and F Banda (eds) The International Survey of Family Law 393 – 403.
  123. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): The Rule of Law: Approaches of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and Selected African States. 12 African Human Rights Law Journal 89 - 111.
  124. Mujuzi J.D. (2012): Rights of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in Africa. In: The African Regional Human Rights System: 30 Years after the ACHPR and Beyond, Ed. Ssenyonjo, M. (The Hague: Brill Publishing), 177 - 194.
  125. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): The Entrenchment of Qadis’ courts in the Ugandan Constitution. 26(3) International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 306 - 326.
  126. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): The Ugandan Transfer of Convicted Offenders Act, 2012: A Commentary. 12 African Human Rights Law Journal 599 - 622.
  127. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): The Right to Privacy or People in or Presumed to be in Same-Sex Relationships in Uganda. 20(1) African Journal of International and Comparative Law 110 – 118.
  128. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): Issues to grapple with in Implementing the Ugandan Prohibition and Prevention of Torture Act. 1 International Human Rights Law Review 382 – 394.
  129. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): The Admissibility of Evidence obtained as a result of violating the accused’s rights: analysing the test set by the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal in HKSAR v Mohammad Riaz Khan. 16 The International Journal of Evidence and Proof 425 - 430.
  130. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): The drafting history of the provision on the right to freedom from discrimination in the Ugandan constitution with a focus on the grounds of sex, disability and sexual orientation. 12(1) International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 52 – 76.
  131. Mujuzi, J.D. (2012): Towards the Establishment a Prisoners Transfer Legal Regime in South Africa: Failed Attempts, Available Options and Critical Issues to Consider. 20(2) African Journal of International and Comparative Law 281 – 300
  132. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Substantial and Compelling Circumstance: Looking at the Jurisprudence of the South African Supreme Court of Appeal since Malgas. 25(2) Speculum Juris 94 - 104.
  133. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): The Need for Legal Clarity Relating to the Release of Prisoners Serving Penal Servitude for Life in Mauritius: A Commentary on Boucherville Roger FP v The State of Mauritius. 17 University of Mauritius Research Journal 465 – 473
  134. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Punishment in the Eyes of the Constitutional Court of South Africa: The Relationship between Punishment and the Rights of An Offender and the Sentencing of Primary Caregivers of Children. 24:2 South African Journal of Criminal Justice 164 – 177
  135. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Sentencing. 24:3 South African Journal of Criminal Justice 398-416
  136. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Making sense of the Rwandan Law Relating to Serving Life Imprisonment with Special Provisions. 11 African Human Rights Law Journal 296 - 308.
  137. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Life Imprisonment before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. 19(2) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 103 – 112.
  138. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): How should the Most Evil of the Law Breakers be Punished? The Death Penalty versus Life Imprisonment in Uganda, 1993 – 2009. 17(2) East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights 429-455
  139. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Unpacking the Law and Practice relating to Parole in South Africa. 14:5 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 205-228.
  140. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Challenging the Ugly Face of Criminal Laws in East Africa: Repressive Legislation and Human Rights in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. In: Criminal Law Reform and Transitional Justice: Human Rights Perspectives for Sudan, Ed. Oette, L., (London: Ashgate Publishing), 89 – 114
  141. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Separating the Church from State: A Comment on the Kenyan High Court Decision of Jesse Kamau and 25 Others v Attorney-General [Judgement of 24 May 2010]. 55 Journal of African Law 314 – 315
  142. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): The Right to Freedom to Practice One’s Religion in the Constitution of Uganda. 6(1) Religion and Human Rights: An International Journal 1 – 11
  143. Mujuzi, J.D. (2011): Protecting children from those who are supposed to protect them! The Uganda Human Rights Commission and Children’s Right to Freedom from Torture. XXVIII Journal of Third World Studies 155 – 168
  144. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): The Constitutional Court of Uganda and Women’s Right to Equality: The Adultery Judgment. 16:2 East African Journal on Peace and Human Rights 477 – 492.
  145. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): Steps Taken in Rwanda’s Efforts to Qualify for the Transfer of Accused from the ICTR. 8 Journal of International Criminal Justice 237 – 248
  146. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): The Constitutionality of Different Types of Life Imprisonment Suggested in the [Namibian] Criminal Procedure Act 25 of 2004. 2:2 Namibia Law Journal 111 – 120.
  147. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): Sentencing of Children to Life Imprisonment and/or to be Detained at the President’s Pleasure in Eastern and Southern Africa. 6(2) The International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing 49 – 61
  148. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): The Protection of the Right to Freedom from Torture in the Arab League States and under the Arab Charter on Human Rights. 2(2) City University of Hong Kong Law Review 247 – 259
  149. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): Kenyan President Commutes All Death Sentences to Life Imprisonment: The Thorny Issues Ahead. 3:2 Journal of African and International Law 301 - 310.
  150. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): Is there a need for the ICTY to clarify the differences(s) between life imprisonment and imprisonment for the remainder of the offender’s life? The Galić and Lukić decisions. 10 International Criminal Law Review 855 – 864
  151. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): Bride Wealth (Price) and Women’s Marriage – Related Rights in Uganda: A Historical Constitutional Perspective and Current Developments. 24: 3 International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 414 – 430.
  152. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): Smoking in the Workplace in South Africa: Law and Practice Relating to the Rights and Obligations of Employers and Employees. 3(2) South African Journal of Bioethics and Law 79 – 83
  153. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): Michelot Yogogombaye v The Republic of Senegal: The African Court’s First Decision. 10:2 Human Rights Law Review 372 – 381
  154. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): Implementing Articles 4 and 3 of the United Nations Convention against Torture: What the Cameroonian Approach Teaches Us. 2:2 Journal of African and International Law 43 – 64.
  155. Mujuzi, J.D. (2010): The Enforcement of Sentences Imposed by the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL): Examining the Agreement between the SCSL and the Government of Rwanda. African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law 111 – 120
  156. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): The Supreme Court of Mauritius and the Objectives of Punishment in Sentencing Offenders to Penal Servitude for Life and Other Lengthy Prisons Terms in Drugs-Related Cases: A Look at Recent Case Law. 15 University of Mauritius Research Journal 634 – 650.
  157. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): International Criminal Tribunals and life imprisonment: which theory of punishment is emphasised? 17 African Yearbook of International Law 227 - 283
  158. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): International Human Rights Law and Foreign Case Law in Interpreting Constitutional Rights: The Supreme Court of Uganda and the Death Penalty Question. 9:2 African Human Rights Law Journal 576 – 589
  159. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): Releasing Terminally Ill Prisoners on Medical Parole in South Africa. 2: 2 South African Journal of Bioethics and Law 59 – 61
  160. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): The Evolution of the meaning(s) of Penal Servitude for Life (Life Imprisonment) in Mauritius: The Human Rights and Jurisprudential Challenges Confronted So Far and Those Ahead. 53:2 Journal of African Law 222 – 248.
  161. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): Calling for the Punishment to Fit the Crime: Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity in South Africa. 28 South African Crime Quarterly 21 – 24
  162. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): High Crime Rate Forces Liberia to Reintroduce the Death Penalty and Put International Treaty Obligations Aside: What the Critics Missed?. 17:2 African Journal of International and Comparative Law 342 – 354
  163. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): Execution by Hanging Not Torture or Cruel Punishment? Attorney-General v Susan Kigula and Others. 3:1 Malawi Law Journal 133 – 146
  164. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the Promotion and Protection the Rights of Refugees. 9 African Human Rights Law Journal 160 – 182.
  165. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): The Absolute Prohibition of Same-Sex Marriages in Uganda. 22:3 International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 277 – 288
  166. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): Life Imprisonment in South Africa: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. 22:1 South African Journal of Criminal Justice 1 – 38
  167. Mujuzi, J.D. (2009): Issues Surrounding Life Imprisonment after the Abolition of the Death Penalty in Rwanda. 9 Human Rights Law Review 329 – 338
  168. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): The Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa: South Africa’s Reservations and Interpretative Declarations. 12: 2 Law Democracy and Development 41-61
  169. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): Don’t send them to prison because they can’t rehabilitate them! The South African judiciary doubts the executive’s ability to rehabilitate offenders: A Note on S v Shilubane 2008 (1) SACR 295(T). 24 South African Journal on Human Rights 331 – 341
  170. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): From Archaic to Modern Law: Uganda’s Refugees Act 2006 and Her International Treaty Obligations. 14:2 East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights 399 – 422.
  171. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): Alternative sentencing under African human rights instruments and mechanisms: lessons for Southern Africa. 8:2 University of Botswana Law Journal 47 – 78
  172. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): From Nuremberg to Tokyo through Africa to The Hague: Punishing Torturers before International Criminal Tribunals. 3 African Year Book of International Humanitarian Law 33 – 58
  173. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): Why the Supreme Court of Uganda should Reject the Constitutional Court’s Understanding of Imprisonment for Life. 8 African Human Rights Law Journal 163 – 186.
  174. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): African States and the Right to Freedom from Torture: An International Perspective. 14 East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights 104-124
  175. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): The Prospect of Rehabilitation as a “substantial and compelling” circumstance to avoid imposing life imprisonment in South Africa: A comment on S v Nkomo. 21 South African Journal of Criminal Justice 1 – 21
  176. Mujuzi, J.D. (2008): The Constitution in Practice: An Appraisal of the Kenyan Case Law on the Right to a Fair Trial. 2 Malawi Law Journal 135-157
  177. Mujuzi, J.D. (2007): The History of Torture Jurisprudence in the Inter-American Regional Human Rights System: 1948-2005. 13(1) East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights 156 – 165.
  178. Mujuzi, J.D. (2007): The Uganda Human Rights Commission and the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom from Torture (1997-2006). V:IV International Journal of Civil Society Law 97 – 114.
  179. Mujuzi, J.D. (2007): The Special Court for Sierra Leone and its Justification of Punishment in Cases of Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law: Reflecting on The Prosecutor of the Special Court v Alex Tamba Brima, Brima Bazzy Kamara and Santigie Borbor Kanu in the Light of the Philosophical Arguments on Punishment. African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law 105 – 138.
  180. Mujuzi, J.D. (2007): Interstate Communications under the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights: Confirming the Dwindling divide between International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights? An Appraisal of the Democratic Republic of Congo v Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda (Communication 227/99). African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law 139 – 158.
  181. Mujuzi, J.D. (2007): The Role of Civil Society in Protecting and Promoting Prisoners’ Rights before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. V: III International Journal of Civil Society Law 18 – 28.
  182. Mujuzi, J.D. (2006): An Analysis of the Approach to the Right to Freedom from Torture Adopted by the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights’ (2006) 6:2 African Human Rights Law Journal 423 – 441.

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Position: Senior Lecturer
Tel: +27 (0)21 959 3285
Emailkchinnian@uwc.ac.za



Position: Associate Lecturer
Tel: +27 (0) 21 959 3298
Emailkloedolf@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications:
LLB,
LLM,
LLD (Currently)

Biography:

Kim-Leigh completed her LLB and LLM at the University of the Western Cape. She served as a Graduate Lecturing Assistant to the faculty for two years. Her masters is in Corporate law, with a focus on Corporate finance and governance. Thesis title:Piercing the Corporate Veil, a comparative perspective. She is currently completing her Doctorate in law, with a focus on skilled immigration and labour law. She currently teaches basic skills for law in the Department of Criminal Justice and Procedure.



Position: Senior Lecturer 
Tel: 021 959 2200 / 081 270 7585
Email: mabduroaf@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications:
LLD (Constitutional Theory) University of the Western Cape in South Africa
LLM (Transnational Justice and Crime Prevention) University of the Western Cape in South Africa and Humboldt University in Germany
LLB (South African Law) University of the Western Cape in South Africa
LLB (Shariah Law) Islamic University of Madinah in Saudi Arabia
Diploma (Arabic Linguistics) Islamic University of Madinah in Saudi Arabia

Biography:

Dr Muneer Abduroaf is a Senior Law Lecturer at the University of the Western Cape, Department of Criminal Justice and Procedure. He is both an Attorney and a Sworn Translator of the High Court of South Africa. He is also a Marriage Officer for the Department of Home Affairs.

Dr Muneer Abduroaf is  a CRL Rights Commissioner appointed by the President of South Africa to promote and protect cultural, religious and linguistic rights. The CRL Rights Commission is a Chapter 9 Institution in terms of the South African Constitution.

Dr Muneer Abduroaf’s academic qualifications include an LLD Law Degree in Constitutional Theory, an LLM Law Degree in International Law, an LLB Law Degree in South African Law, and an LLB  Law Degree in Shariah Law.

Dr Muneer Abduroaf currently lectures:
1. Law of Civil Procedure 302 (Lecturer and Module Convenor),
2. Advanced Law of Civil Procedure 431 (Lecturer and Module Convenor) and
3. Muslim Personal Law (Guest Lecturer for the Islamic Law of Succession).

Publications:


Abduroaf M ‘An Analysis of the Right of a Muslim Spouse to Claim Pension Interest Subsequent to Divorce: A South African Case Study’ (2021) 9 Electronic Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 1 8 available at  www.zora.uzh.ch/id/eprint/203377/1/Abduroaf-An_Analysis-Final  

Abduroaf M ‘An Analysis of the Right of a Muslim Child Born Out of Wedlock to Inherit from His or Her Deceased Parent in terms of the Law of Succession: A South African Case Study’ (2021) 42(1) Obiter Law Journal 126 135 available at obiter.mandela.ac.za/article/view/11060

Abduroaf M ‘Application of the Islamic Law of Succession in South Africa’ (2020) 41(2) Obiter Law Journal 396 409 available at journals.co.za/doi/10.10520/EJC-20b7700a30?TRACK=RSS  

Abduroaf M ‘An Analysis of the Islamic Law Based Developments in the South African Law of Succession’ (2020) 16(1) Manchester Journal of Transnational Islamic Law and Practice 143 161 available at electronicpublications.org/stuff/787  

Abduroaf M ‘Comparing the Application of the Islamic Law of Succession and Administration of Estates in Singapore with South Africa’ (2020) 41(1) Obiter Law Journal 122 135 available at journals.co.za/content/journal/10520/EJC-1df929dd9d  

Abduroaf M ‘An Analysis of the Rationale Behind the Distribution of Shares in terms of the Islamic Law of Intestate Succession’ (2020) 53 De Jure Law Journal 115 122 available at www.dejure.up.ac.za/index.php/volumes/2020/volume-53-2020/abduroaf-m-2020

Abduroaf M ‘Analysis of the Women’s Legal Centre Trust case’ (2020) De Rebus - SA Attorneys Journal, July 2020, 33 -34 available at www.derebus.org.za/analysis-of-the-womens-legal-centre-trust-case/?fbclid=IwAR0hZQOf_iMN8lMmnnBRCfdC1Jt2lfzrwnPYNsnqy_-nCajLQhY-_YjDbMY  

Abduroaf M ‘Limitations on the Freedom of Testation’ [Part 2 of 2] (2020) Without Prejudice, Volume 20 Number 5, June 2020, p. 47 – 48 available at www.withoutprejudice.co.za/free/article/6977/view

Abduroaf M ‘Limitations on the Freedom of Testation’ [Part 1 of 2] (2020) Without Prejudice, Volume 20 Number 4, May 2020, p. 25 - 26 available at www.withoutprejudice.co.za/free/article/6926/view

Abduroaf M ‘An Analysis of the Consequences of an Islamic Divorce in Light of the Faro v Bingham and Others Judgment’ (2019) Without Prejudice, Volume 19 Number 9, Oct 2019, p. 31 - 32 available at  https://www.withoutprejudice.co.za/free/article/6701/view

Abduroaf M ‘The Effect of Sunni Schools of Law in Reinforcing Peace and Compassion: A South African Case Study with Regard to Attempt to Enact Muslim Personal’ (2019)  Mohammed VI Foundation of African Oulema available at www.fm6oa.org/en/the-effect-of-sunni-schools-of-law-in-reinforcing-peace-and-compassion-a-south-african-case-study-with-regard-to-attempt-to-enact-muslim-personal-by-muneer-abduroaf/

Abduroaf M ‘The Impact of the South African Law of Succession and Administration of Estates on South African Muslims’ (2019) 7(2) Jurnal Syariah 321 366 available at ejournal.um.edu.my/index.php/JS/article/view/21596  

Abduroaf M ‘A Constitutional Analysis of an Islamic Will within the South African Context’ (2019) 52(2) De Jure Law Journal 257 266 available at www.dejure.up.ac.za/index.php/volumes/2019/articles-vol-52/abduroaf-m  

Abduroaf M ‘An Analysis of Renunciation in terms of s 2(C)(1) of the Wills Act 7 of 1953 in light of the Moosa NO and Others v Harnaker and Others judgment’ (2019) 7 Electronic Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 15 21 available at  www.zora.uzh.ch/id/eprint/171093/   

Abduroaf M ‘The Impact of South African Law on the Islamic Law of Succession’ LLD Thesis (2018) available at hdl.handle.net/11394/6211

Moosa N and Abduroaf M ‘Implications of the Official Designation of Muslim Clergy as Authorised Civil Marriage Officers for Muslim Polygynous, Interfaith and Same-Sex Marriages in South Africa’ (2017) in Brinig M and Banda F (eds) The International Survey of Family Law Bristol: Lexis Nexis 323 359 available at https://heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?handle=hein.journals/intsfal2017&div=23&id=&page=   

Abduroaf M and Moosa N ‘Islamic Law Mode of Estate Distribution in South Africa’ (2016) in Atkin B and Banda F (eds) International Survey of Family Law United Kingdom: Jordan Publishing 457 479 available at https://heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?handle=hein.journals/intsfal2016&div=28&id=&page=   

Abduroaf M and Moosa N ‘Muslim Marriage and Divorce in Sri Lanka: Aspects of the Relevant Jurisprudence’ (2016) vol 4 Electronic Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 98 108 available at www.zora.uzh.ch/id/eprint/128809/   

Moosa N and Abduroaf M ‘Faskh (Divorce) and Intestate Succession in Islamic and South African Law: Impact of the Watershed Judgment in Hassam v Jacobs and the Muslim Marriages Bill’ (2014) Acta Juridica 160 191 available at heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?handle=hein.journals/actj2014&div=12&id=&page=   

Abduroaf M ‘Evolution of Muslim Personal Law in the South African Constitutional Dispensation’ (2013) 54 Nederduitse Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrif 6 11 available at ngtt.journals.ac.za/pub/article/view/284

Abduroaf M ‘Truth Commissions: Did the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission serve the purpose for which it was established?’ (2010) available at hdl.handle.net/11394/1650

 

Networks:

African Journal of Gender and Religion
Peer Reviewer (2018)

Association of Muslim Accountants and Lawyers (AMAL)
Member (2019 - Current)

CRL Rights Commission (CRL) Chapter 9 Institution
Commissioner, appointed by the President of South Africa (1 July 2019 - 30 June 2024)

Department of Home Affairs (South Africa)
Marriage Officer (2014 - Current)

Golden Key International Honour Society (GKIHS)
Member (2007 - Current)

Harvard Law School Journal (Cambridge) Islamic Legal Studies Programme
Peer Reviewer (2018)

High Court of South Africa 
Attorney (2012 - Current)
Sworn Translator (2011 - Current)

Highlands Waqaf Trust (HWT) 
Incorporating a Mosque and Islamic School based in the Western Cape 
HWT Shariah Research Board Editor (2018 - Current)
Trustee (2013 - Current)
Imaam (2005 - Current)

International Network of Scholars Researching Unregistered Marriages (INSRUM)
Based at the School of Law, De Montfort University Leicester 
Member (2018 - Current)

Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (JACL)
Peer Reviewer (2020)

Law Democracy and Development Journal (UWC)
Peer Reviewer (2016)

Manchester Journal of Transnational Islamic Law & Practice
Assistant Editor (2020)
Associate Editor (2021 - Current)

Muslim Judicial Council (SA) 
Member (1 April 2018 - Current)
Executive Council Member (2011 - 2018)
Mediation Department Senior Advisor (2015 - Current)

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Faculty of Applied Language Studies
Peer Reviewer (2015)

Obiter Law Journal 
Peer Reviewer (2015) (2021)

Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal
Peer Reviewer (2018)

Stellenbosch University Law Faculty
External Examiner LLM Thesis (2018)

University of Cape Town (UCT)
External Examiner for PhD Thesis (2021)
External Examiner for the RDL4603S Elective Module (2018 - Current)

University of the Western Cape Faculty of Law (UWC)
Internal Examiner for LLM Theses (2020) (2021)
Senior Lecturer (2020 - Current)
Lecturer (2015 - 2019)
Associate Lecturer (2013 - 2014)

Witwatersrand University Law Faculty
External Examiner for LLM Thesis (2018)
 



Position:Senior Lecturer;
Tel: 021 959 
Email: rnanima@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications:
LLD (Public Law), LLM (Human Rights Protection) (University of the Western Cape)
Diploma in Legal Practice (Law Development Centre, Kampala),
LLB (Makerere University, Kampala)

Biography:

Dr Nanima’s research interests include human rights at the international, regional and national levels, criminal justice and procedure and admissibility of evidence. He previously served as a post-doctoral researcher in the Children Rights Project of the Dullah Omar Institute from 2019 to 2020. During this period he was closely involved with the work of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of Children (ACERWC) and particularly on projects and outputs of the African Children’s Charter Project (ACCP). He was involved in the drafting of General Comment No 6 on Article 22 of the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child on Children in Situations of Conflict. He was also a resource person matters of children and armed conflict at various national and international fora. He was also involved in research on the socio-economic rights of children and vulnerable persons. This informed various research activities and community engagements. Prior to joining the University of the Western Cape, he actively served as a State Attorney with the Directorate of Public Prosecutions, Uganda from 2008 to 2014. During his tenure, he prosecuted in the Uganda Courts of Judicature. He has published a number of articles in accredited national and international journals and presented papers at both national and international conferences.

Publications:

A) Journal Articles and book chapters
  • RD Nanima ‘Adjudication of Corporal Punishment and the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 16.2: An evaluation of the Kenyan Experience’ in Maurice Amutabi and Linnet Hamasi Diversity and Sustainable Development in Africa (ed) (forthcoming)(CEHURD: 2020).
  • RD Nanima and E Durojaye ‘Access to Justice in Kenya in the Context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 16.3 on the Rule of Law: Lessons for the upcoming 2020 Voluntary National Review Report’ in Maurice Amutabi and Linnet Hamasi Politics and Sustainable Development in Africa (ed) (forthcoming)(CEHURD: 2020). 
  • E Durojaye & RD Nanima ‘From Muhammed and others to De Beer and others: striking the balance between public health measures and human rights during Covid-19 era in South Africa ‘ (2020) Commonwealth Law Bulletin 1-20.
  • RD Nanima ‘A right to a fair trial in Uganda’s Judicature (Visual-Audio Link) Rules: embracing the challenges in the era of Covid-19‘ (2020)46(3) Commonwealth Law Bulletin 351-414.
  • RD Nanima ‘Evaluating the jurisprudence of the African Commission on evidence obtained through human rights violations’ (2020) 53 De Jure 307-311.
  • RD Nanima ‘From Regulations to Courts: An Evaluation of the Inclusive and Exclusive Criteria on Children with Co-Caregivers in the Era of Covid-19‘ (2020) 21(3) Economic and Social Rights Review 10-14.
  • RD Nanima & L Mwambene ‘Access to Justice, Gender and Customary Marriage Laws in Malawi’ in David L, Dubin A and Mwambene L (eds.) Gender, Poverty and Access to Justice Policy Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa (Routledge, 2020) pp. 91-101.
  • RD Nanima ‘The ACHPR and ACERWC on Ending Child Marriage: Revisiting the Prohibition as a Legislative Measure’ (2019) 20(3) Economic and Social Rights Review 9-13.
  • RD Nanima Mental Health and Migration: Interim Report of the United Nations Special Rapporteur, Dainius Pūras, 27 July 2018 (2019) 20(2) Economic and Social Rights Review 23-29.
  • RD Nanima & E Durojaye ‘Four years following the ratification of the ICESCR and emerging jurisprudence from South Africa: a step in the right direction?’ (2019) 29 Law, Democracy and Development  270- 298.
  • RD Nanima ‘Deprivation of Liberty and the Right to Health: Report of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right of Everyone to the Enjoyment of the Highest Attainable Standard of Physical and Mental Health, Dainius Pūras (10 April 2018)’ 20(1) Economic and Social Rights Review 22-24.
  • RD Nanima ‘The (non) enforcement of the right to a fair trial with regard to the admissibility of evidence obtained through human rights violations: a comment on Uganda’s Human Rights (Enforcement) Act (2019)’ (2019) 27(4) African Journal of International Comparative Law 654- 661.
  • RD Nanima ‘The Prevention of Organised Crime Act 1998: the need for extraterritorial jurisdiction to prosecute the higher echelons of those involved in rhino poaching.’ (2019)22 Porchefstroom / Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad 1-46
  • RD Nanima, C Albertus and AJ Hamman ‘Voice evidence in criminal trials: Reflections on the court’s application of section 37(1) (c) of the CPA in S v Mahlangu 2018 (2) SACR 64 (GP)’ (2019) 1 South African Journal of Criminal Justice 76-85.
  • RD Nanima ‘The enjoyment of the right to health beyond areas of armed conflict: an evaluation of Kenya’s practice and jurisprudence on refugee children’ in Maurice Amutabi Africa's new deal (ed) 257-268  (CEHURD: 2019).
  • RD Nanima “From physical to online spaces in the age of the #FeesMustFall protests: A Critical Interpretative Synthesis of writing centres in emergency situations” (2019) 57 Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus 99-116.
  • RD Nanima ‘Using the Political Question Doctrine with regard to the [non] adjudication of the right to health: a review of Centre for Health Human Rights & Development and 3 Others v Attorney General (2011)’ (2018) 19(3) Economic and Social Rights Review 15-19.
  • RD Nanima ‘Ambiguity in the Definition: The Need for Caution in Prosecuting Persons Under the Anti-pornography Act’ (2018) Statute Law Review 1-18.
  • RD Nanima ‘Mainstreaming the 'Abortion Question' into the Right to Health in Uganda’ (2018) 19(2) Economic and Social Rights Review 6-11.
  • RD Nanima ‘A missing link in the Traditional Courts Bill 2017: Evidence obtained through human rights violations’ (2018)65 South African Criminal Quarterly 23-31.
  • Journal of Anti-corruption Law 109-131.
  • S Clarence, P Nwati and RD Nanima ‘The role of questioning in writing tutorials: a critical approach to student-centered learning in peer tutorials in higher education’ (2018) 26 (3) Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning 1-19
  • RD Nanima ‘Revisiting the normative framework of   African Commission in the context of evidence obtained through human rights violations: Has it served its purpose?’ (2018) (1) African Human Rights Law Journal 1-28. 
  • RD Nanima ‘From Kampala to Harare: The need to revisit the Kelsenian theory on the adoption of a new legal order’ in Maurice Amutabi Governance and Economic   Development in Africa  (ed)  (CEHURD: 2018).
  • RD Nanima ‘Barnard v Minister of Justice:  the minister’s verdict:  Deciding on parole for offenders serving life sentences’ (2017) 59 (1) South Africa Criminal Quarterly 19- 26.
  • RD Nanima ‘The need for a review of plea bargaining in Uganda: A reflection on the experiences under common law, and in South Africa’ (2017) 4 (1) Journal of Comparative Law in Africa 24-44.
  • RD Nanima ‘Prosecution of rhino poachers: the need to focus on the prosecution of the higher echelons of organized crime networks’ (2016) 9 (4) African  Journal of Legal Studies  221-234.
  • RD Nanima ‘An evaluation of Kenya’s parallel regime on refugees and the Court’s guarantee of their rights’ (2017) Law, Democracy and Development  42-67.
  • RD Nanima ‘Admission of confessions in Uganda: Unpacking the theoretical, substantive and procedural considerations of the Supreme Court’ East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights (2017) 1, 105-125.
  • RD Nanima ‘The Drafting History of Uganda’s Penal Code and Challenges to its implementation’ (2017) 38 (2) Statute Law Review 226–239.
  • RD Nanima ‘The Legal Status of Evidence obtained through Human Rights Violations in Uganda’ (2016) 19 Porchefstroom / Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad 1-34.  
B) Technical Reports
  • RD Nanima and E Durojaye ‘The socio-economic rights impacts of Covid-19 in selected communities in informal settlements of Cape Town’ (Dullah Omar Institute).
  • RD Nanima and E Durojaye ‘Paying Lip Service to Access to Justice?: A review of African Countries’ Voluntary National Reviews on SDG 16.3 to the High Level Political Forum on SDGs 2019’. (Dullah Omar Institute and African Centre of Excellence for Access to Justice 2019).



Position: Associate Lecturer 
Tel: 021 959 3286
Email: sngombane@uwc.ac.za

Qualifications:
LLB (WSU);
LLM (UFS)

Biography:

Advocate Ngombane is alumnus of both Walter Sisulu University and the University of the Free State. He is currently pursuing his LLD titled: “Prosecution of Corporations for International Crimes”. Advocate Ngombane joined the Faculty of Law, University of the Western Cape in 2018 and since lectured Law Criminal Procedure, Introduction to Legal Studies and Advanced Civil Procedure.

Advocate Ngombane is a member of the Cape Bar subsequent to his passing his pupillage at the same bar. He obtained his LLM degree at the University of the Free State. He obtained his LLB Degree at Walter Sisulu University. Advocate Ngombane is an admitted Advocate of the High Court of South Africa.

His practice includes various branches of law including criminal law, commercial litigation, environmental law and administrative law, companies and contracts. He has previously worked at Legal Aid South Africa in Bloemfontein criminal justice department.

He also worked as an in-house Counsel at the Department of Environmental Affairs for a short stint. Adv. Ngombane’s research interests include international criminal justice, Africa’s co-operation with the international community in criminal matters, criminal procedure and law of evidence.

Adv. Ngombane was part of Student for Law and Social Justice, a non-political organisation that advocates for social justice and advancement of fundamental human rights.