Board of Directors

Beatrice Mtetwa

Beatrice Mtetwa is a Zimbabwe-based lawyer who graduated from the then University of Botswana and Swaziland with an LLB degree in 1981 and entered private practice in Harare in 1990. She is known for taking on high-profile human-rights cases involving activists who have challenged the Zimbabwean authorities, this resulting in her harassment by State agents …

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Abdool Rahim Khan

Abdool Rahim Khan was admitted as an attorney in South Africa in May 1977 and in Botswana in June 1981. He is a former lecturer in Law at the University of Botswana, a part-time lecturer at Barclays Bank, Gaborone, and acting Chief Magistrate of Gaborone over a number of years. He has also served as …

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Jeremy Gauntlett SC KC

Former chair of the Cape Bar and of the General Council of the Bar of South Africa, and vice-president of the Bar for the International Criminal Court, Jeremy Gauntlett has previously co-chaired the International Bar Association’s Forum for Barristers and Advocates. He practises at the Cape, Johannesburg and London Bars (at Brick Court Chambers); he …

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Ezra Davids

Ezra Davids, an alumnus of the University of Cape Town (UCT) and Harvard Law School Executive Programme, is Chairman and Senior Partner at the African law firm Bowmans, specialising in M&A, capital markets and securities law, and is also the relationship partner for a number of the firm’s major clients. He is a regular contributor …

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Professor Hugh Corder

Hugh Corder is a law graduate of Cape Town, Cambridge and Oxford. After starting his academic career lecturing at Stellenbosch University, he held the Chair of Public Law at the University of Cape Town (UCT) from 1987 to 2019 and is now Professor Emeritus of Public Law. He served two terms as Dean of Law …

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Elize Angula

Elize Angula is a director of AngulaCo Incorporated based in Windhoek, Namibia. She is a seasoned litigator, conveyancer, mediator and notary public. She is a past president of the Law Society of Namibia and past chair of the Development Bank of Namibia.

Judge Azhar Cachalia: Chair

Recently retired as a judge of South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal, Azhar Cachalia remains committed to safeguarding constitutionalism, non-racialism and the rule of law against their many threats. Pre-democracy, as a founder and leading member of the United Democratic Front and its long-term national treasurer, he paid his dues in terms of detentions and …

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