KwaZulu-Natal, 2014

Current place of residence: Durban 

University: University of Kwa-Zulu Natal 

Current/recent course:  Bachelor of Laws (2013) 

Other Information:  Ntokozo completed his LLB with First Class Honours, and has been selected recently as a Mandela Rhodes Scholar 2014.  Ntokozo served as Academic and Transformation Officer of the Black Management Forum, as Research and Education Co-ordinator of Students for Law & Social Justice and co-founded and was first Editor-in-Chief of an academic journal known as the UKZN Student Law Review. From a rural area himself, Ntokozo founded and served as Chair for, the Rural Students’ Society which aims to empower students and learners to be agents for change in their communities.  An orator, Ntokozo’s team was ranked in the Top 10 at the 2013 All Africa Moot Competition. For relaxation, Ntokozo plays cricket and soccer and writes on socio-economic issues. Ntokozo envisages serving as an Advocate in Public Law, with the ultimate aim to eventually serve as a Justice at the Constitutional Court of South Africa.