Sfiso Nxumalo

Sfiso Nxumalo is South African lawyer, currently reading for the Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) degree programme at the University of Oxford. He joined Bowmans (formerly Bowman Gilfillan), as a candidate attorney for his articles of clerkship following his graduation with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree, with distinction, from the University of the Witwatersrand. In 2019, Sfiso selected to be a law clerk in the chambers of Justice Sisi Khampepe. Following the end of his year with Justice Khampepe, he was offered a similar role in the chambers of Justice Steven Majiedt for a further period of six months.

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Trump and Twitter: A Freedom of Speech Quagmire

Trump and Twitter: A Freedom of Speech Quagmire

The banning of US President Donald Trump from Twitter and a sundry of other social media platforms, after his public utterances and tweets are said to have led to the insurrection and violent siege of the Capitol, has been celebrated ...
The constitutionality of section 10 of the South African Equality Act: a case for balancing the rights to equality, dignity and freedom of expression

The constitutionality of section 10 of the South African Equality Act: a case for balancing the rights to equality, dignity and freedom of expression

Section 10 of the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act (“the Equality Act”) has not been without controversy and robust opprobrium. Since its inception, numerous legal academics and practitioners have, ...