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Norless Zibele Nodangala (LLM) is a Lecturer & Chair, T&L, Economic & Business Sciences, Faculty of Commerce & Administration, Walter Sisulu University. His research interest includes among others, Human Rights, especially Social Justice.
Paul S. Masumbe (LLD) is a Senior Lecturer & Chair, Research and Higher Degrees, School of Law, Faculty of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences, Walter Sisulu University. His research interests include International Criminal Law, Human Rights, Labour Law, and selected areas of Private Law.