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Dr Ntandokayise Ndlovu
Senior Lecturer | Public & Constitutional Law
Education
LL.B Cum Laude, Mphil Human Rights Law, LL.D , Dip in Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Ntando is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Law, University of Fort Hare where he teaches several law modules. Prior, he was a Time on Task Lecturer teaching several modules under in the public, private and mercantile law departments. Ntando holds a Masters' degree in Human Rights Law and Bachelor of Laws degree (cum laude) from Nelson R Mandela School of Law at the University of Fort Hare. He recently completed his Doctor of Laws (LL. D) research specialising in international children's rights and harmful practices. Ntando also has several advanced human rights courses in Civil society law in Africa, Children’s Rights in Africa, African human rights system, the International Humanitarian Law, Enforcement of Socio-Economic Rights in Africa course from the Centre for Human Rights University of Pretoria. He also holds a number of E courses including the United Nations-Civil Military Coord e course Working in Complex Emergencies and United Nations-Civil Military Coord e course Working in Natural Disasters. Lastly, he holds a diploma on the Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights from the Institute of Human Rights, Abo Akademi, University, Finland. Ntando was also a legal researcher (intern) under the Policy, Legislation and Governance Section of United Nations Habitat, External Editor Pretoria Student Law Review and currently associate editor for South African Journal on Human Rights and associate editor South African Year Book of International Law. Ntando is a published author and has participated in several high-profile research reports and projects both at the national and international level. These include the National consultation workshop on the draft country report on the International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) (Initial Report by South Africa on the Measures Adopted and Progress Made in Achieving the Socio-Economic Rights), Assessment of the Impact of Decisions of the Constitutional Court and Supreme Court of Appeal on the Transformation of Society Final Report (Constitutional Justice Report) Prepared for The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development by the Democracy, Governance and Service Delivery Research Programme of the Human Sciences Research Council in partnership with the Nelson R Mandela School of Law of the University of Fort Hare, and the Cities and Pandemics-Towards a more just green and Healthy Future UN-habitat 2021. Ntando is an active member of the Law and Society Association (LSA-International Research Collaboration Africa) an international collaboration of scholars that aims to identify, explore map the pasts and futures of Law and Society scholarship in Africa.