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Teaching and Research Assistants

Sinikiwe Mzezewa

Sinikiwe Mzezewa has an LLM in International Trade from the University of Cape Town and LLB from the the University of Venda. During her undergraduate studies at UNIVEN she was a tutor in the Department of Mercantile Law. Prior to joining  UCT as a staff member, she worked in legal compliance at Capital Land Asset Management and later became a Parliament Monitor. Sinikiwe intends to continue researching and publishing in her topics of interests in international trade law and commercial transactions in the Department of Commercial Law where she is currently employed as a research and teaching assistant.

Luck Mavhuru

Luck Mavhuru is an LLM student at UCT specializing in International trade law. He holds an LLB degree from Wits university and an Executive certificate in program and project monitoring and evaluation from the University of Zimbabwe. Prior to joining UCT Luck worked as a legal assistant at Exigent South Africa. During his undergraduate studies at Wits university, he was involved in a number of voluntary work. He was a mentor and peer educator at  Wits Career Counselling Development  Unit (CCDU).  Luck's area of interest includes trade law, contract law and business law. Currently, he is working as a teaching and research assistant in the department of commercial law at UCT.

Lindani Mkhwanazi

Lindani Mkhwanazi has an LLM degree specialising is Labour Law from the University of Cape Town and an LLB degree from the University of the Western Cape. His research interests are in law and development particularly in labour law and social security law. Prior to joining the Commercial Law Department as a Teaching Assistant, he was a research intern at the Institute of Development and Labour Law.  

Bongiwe Zungu

Bongiwe is completing a Professional Masters in Tax during 2019. She holds an LLB from the University of Cape Town and a Bachelor of Commerce specialising in Law & Accounting from the University of Johannesburg. After graduating with an LLB in 2016 Bongiwe served two years of articles with a boutique litigation firm in the City of Cape Town and is scheduled to be admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa. Bongiwe loves to solve legal problems and will be assisting with the Commercial Transactions Law course during 2019.   

Miron Sarembock

Miron Sarembock is completing a Professional Masters in Tax Law after graduating with an LLB from the University of Cape Town in 2018. Miron was a combined stream LLB student and graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce Specialising in Accounting with Law in 2016. During his undergraduate studies he was involved as a Mentor in the faculty and chaired the UCT Swimming Club Committee. Miron is interested in all aspects of commercial law but is particularly interested in Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance. In his role as a Teaching and Research Assistant in the department, Miron will facilitate the tutorial sessions for Corporations Law.