04 April 2019
Volume: 7
Issue: 15
Dr Chantal Badul received her Doctorate in Law.

PhD Graduate Assists HIV Positive Pregnant Women in Area of Sterilisation Abuse

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Social justice coupled with gross human rights violations suffered by HIV positive pregnant women in South Africa and globally are what motivated me to contribute towards the global ligation effort to end sterilisation abuse,’ says UKZN staff member Dr Chantal Badul, who graduated with a Doctorate in Law.

Durban Metro Police Senior Constable, Ms Arifa Soobrathi, graduated with her LLB degree.

LLB for Durban Metro Policewoman

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While her rank as Senior Constable at the Durban Metropolitan Police Services is rooted in law enforcement, LLB graduate Ms Arifa Soobrathi’s nine years worth of experience in the field highlighted the need for her to understand the inner workings of the legal system to serve her community more professionally and efficiently.

Ms Therusha Moodley who graduated with her master’s degree cum laude.

Eradicating Gender Disparity in the Workplace Highlighted in Master’s Research

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Barriers hindering women’s rights to development and progression in the workplace was the focus of research done by Ms Therusha Moodley which saw her graduate with her Master’s degree in Labour Studies cum laude.

Ms Precious Ngcobo celebrating the attainment of her master’s degree with her daughter Esihle.

Substance Abuse Among SA Minors Focus of Master’s Research

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Master’s in Child Care and Protection graduate, Ms Precious Ngcobo’s aspiration is to get to a position where she can influence children’s rights policy and advocate for the rights of minors.

Business Law Master’s graduate, Ms Johara Ally.

Multi-Level Marketing Business Models Examined by Law Graduate

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The need for the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) to be used to protect consumers in South Africa is what motivated Business Law Master’s graduate, Ms Johara Ally, to investigate the relevant sections of the Act and their application to multi-level marketing in South Africa.

Ms Primi Chetty who graduated with an LLB degree cum laude just before her 60th birthday.

Cum Laude Law Graduate Passionate About Life-Long Learning

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The “nest” was empty after her youngest child left home to study at university so Ms Primi Chetty decided it was time for her to pursue a Law degree.

LLB summa cum laude graduates Ms Zakiyya Reheman, Mr Suhail Ebrahim and Ms Amy Gooden.

Hard Work Pays Off for Law Summa Cum Laude Graduates

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For Law graduates Mr Suhail Ebrahim, Ms Zakiyya Reheman, Ms Sumaiyah Abdulah and Ms Amy Gooden, graduating summa cum laude is proof that hard work and dedication are synonymous with success.

Twins: Mariam (left) and Moshina Ismail who graduated with their Bachelor of Laws degrees.

Double Celebration for Ismail Family

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A double celebration is in store at the Ismail household as twin daughters accomplished a major milestone together. Mariam and Moshina, who have been on a hand-in-hand journey since their birth 22 years ago, added more arrows to their quivers when they both graduated with Bachelor of Laws degrees (LLB).

PhD graduate, Ms Linda Mushoriwa, whose doctoral research investigated the relationship between the doctrine of sovereignty and international criminal law in Africa.

PhD Research on Relationship Between International Criminal Law and State Sovereignty in Africa

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The rise in universal jurisdiction in Africa after 2002 when South Africa became the first African country to implement legislation enabling the courts to exercise the doctrine, coupled with efforts by the African Union (AU) to regionalise international criminal law, are what inspired PhD graduate Ms Linda Mushoriwa to explore for her thesis the complex relationship between the doctrine of sovereignty and international criminal law on the continent.