Mr Khulekani Khumalo

 
Telephone +27 33 260 5037
Email Khumalok2@ukzn.ac.za
Campus   Pietermaritzburg
Building & Room Law Building, Room 12, 1st Floor
Mr Khulekani Khumalo  

Biography

Foundations and Aspects of South African law. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree Cum Laude and a Master of Laws (LLM) degree cum Laude from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). Khumalo is an admitted Attorney of the High Court of South Africa. His research interest is in public order and state security measures.

Appointment Designation:

Lecturer

Academic Qualifications:

LLB Cum Laude ,LLM Cum Laude (UKZN)

Professional Qualifications:

Attorney of the High Court of South Africa

Research Interests:

  • Constitutional law
  • Criminal law

Recent Publications:

K Khumalo ‘The meaning of ‘force’ ‘violence’ and ‘threats of violence’ for purposes of the crime of public violence’ (2016) 29 SACJ 44-53.

K Khumalo ‘Developing the crime of public violence as a remedy to the violation of the rights of non-protesters during violent protests and strikes – a critical analysis of the South African jurisprudence’ (2015) 36 Obiter 578-599.

Non-accredited Journals

K Khumalo ‘Authoritative pronouncement on the proper interpretation and implementation of the AARTO: Fines4U CC and Another v JMPD and Others 2014 (4) SA 89 (GJ)’ (September 2016) e-Mantshi Newsletter (issue 124) available at http://www.justiceforum.co.za/JET-LTN.ASP.

K Khumalo ‘Speak now or forever hold your peace Mr NDPP’ (February 2016) e-Mantshi Newsletter (issue 117) available at http://www.justiceforum.co.za/JET-LTN.ASP.

K Khumalo & S Hoctor ‘Authoritative support for criminal sanctions aimed at protecting the
rights of non-protesters during protests and strikes’ (2015) e-Mantshi Newsletter (issue 109)
available at http://www.justiceforum.co.za/JET-LTN.ASP.

K Khumalo ‘A word of caution’ (June 2015) 15(5) Without Prejudice 80-81.

Programmes

The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s (UKZN’s) Part-time LLB Programme offers aspiring legal practitioners a convenient way of obtaining an undergraduate law degree through

General information The Centre for Extended Legal Studies (CELS unit) in the School of Law, UKZN, invites applications from candidates wishing to

General information The Centre for Extended Legal Studies (CELS) in the School of Law, UKZN, invites applications from candidates wishing to pursue