Mr Khulekani Zondi
Building & Room: Law Building – Room 12, 1st Floor
Mr Khulekani Zondi is a Lecturer in the fields of Specific Offences, Sale and Commercial Law at the School of Law. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). Zondi is a member of the Black Lawyers Association and is highly involved in local programmes, eradicating illiteracy and poverty in the townships. He is further appointed in the school of law as a language liaison officer facilitating the introduction of bilingual tutorials for first year modules and the creation of a bilingual glossary of legal terms.
He represents the College of Law and Management in the University language Board (ULB). His research interests range from language and the law in tertiary institutions in particular in legal education and extends to maritime maters, including the law of salvage, carriage of goods by sea and other incidents of navigation. Zondi has presented papers investigating the extent of the obligation of tertiary institutions, to offer education in ones language of choice or mother tongue at the annual Teaching and Learning Conference hosted by UKZN. He also presented a paper in Glasgow Scotland at Caledion University 2015 evaluating the compatibility of graduates taught in African languages in the global arena.
- LLB (UKZN)
- Maritime law