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in Durban South Africa
Member of Film and Publication Board Appeal Tribunal
Member of ICASA's Complaints and Compliance Committee
Academia, Education and Training
The Film and Publications Board Appeal Tribunal and like all such tribunals offers a second opportunity for contested issues around classification to be considered. Decisions of examiners on classification matters can be taken on appeal to the Appeal Tribunal. This means that individuals, dissatisfied with the conclusions of examiners, can appeal to the Appeal Tribunal, be treated procedurally fairly and obtain a second reasoned decision. Administrative appeal tribunals in order to play this role must thus be independent, have expertise in the matter being adjudicated upon, make decisions expeditiously and be relatively inexpensive to access. If operated well, this system engenders confidence in the administrative process as individuals, even those not entirely satisfied with the outcome, emerge from the process with the perception that they were treated fairly and that the decision is reasonable.
Co-ordinate and lecture Competition law to practitioners, Masters and LLB students. Supervisor to LLM competition law students. First Year Co-ordinator and member of the Teaching and Learning Committee. Subjects lectured: Introduction to South African Law, Competition Law and Criminology, and Criminal Law.
Government, Public Administration and Defence
Conduct investigations, relevant research and merger analysis under Chapter 3 of the Competition Act; prepare and present oral and written investigative reports; liaise with stakeholders; brief the legal unit of the Competition Commission on matters to be referred to the Competition Tribunal; and co-operate as a team member to achieve the objectives of the Mergers and Acquisitions Division and the Competition Commission.
Investigating anti-competitive practises in terms of Chapter 2 of the Competition Act, meeting with complainants and respondents, research into various economic theories in relation to market shares and power and competition law, drafting reports, recommending referrals or non-referrals to the Competition Tribunal.
2001 - 2002
M.Phil - Criminology
2000 - 2001
LLM - Law
1999 - 2000
LLB - Law
1996 - 1998
B.Proc - Law
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