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Sizwe is registered with the University of Fort Hare for an LLD and is a member of South African Information Regulator and member of Films and Publication Appeal Board since 2016. Sizwe Lindelo Snail ka Mtuze holds a Baccalareus Legum (LLB) from the University of Pretoria with Tax Law and Cyber-Law electives He is a practising attorney with the law firm, Snail Attorneys at Law and International Co-ordinator of the African Centre for Cyberlaw and Crime Prevention based in Kampala, Uganda also as an (LLM)from UNISA.

He is the author of various articles on Cyberlaw in accredited and non- accredited journals both locally and internationally and has given ad hoc lectures for the LSSA, ACFE , University of Johannesburg, Fort Hare University and University of Pretoria and comments on Cyberlaw in various South African Newspapers and radio talk shows.

He also presents papers and attends both local and international conferences. He is also co-editor and author of the 3rd Edition of Cyberlaw @ SA.
He also does corporate presentations, regularly gives opinions to both the private and government sectors as well as individualized legal compliance testing as well as in-house workshops / training for various private companies and government institutions both in South Africa and in Central, West and East Africa.

Sizwe Snail KA Mtuze was a member on the ICT REVIEW Panel of the Department of Telecommunications & Postal Services (DTPS), serving as a Chair of the E-commerce Committee ( Digital Society as renamed ) within the Panel sub-committees. Sizwe Snail Ka Mtuze also currently serves on the National Cyber Security advisory Counsel of the DPTS.

He is also currently serving as Deputy Chair for the LSSA, E-Law Committee ( 2013 – to date ). He is also a Trainee Adjudicator of the SAIIPL, Domain Disputes. He is also co-founding member of the Annual Cyberlaw Conference and the Annual Lex – Informatica (2008 – 2015). Snail ka Mtuze is also a WASPA Adjudicator (2008- to date )and a research fellow in the field of Cyberlaw with the University of Fort Hare since 2014.

 


 

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Uchenna Jerome Orji (Senior Consultant)

Nigerian Office

Uchenna holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Honours Degree from the University of Nigeria and a Masters of Laws (LL.M) Degree with Distinctions from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and a research specialization in Information Communications Technology Law. He is currently a Doctoral degree candidate with specialization in telecommunications law and is also qualified to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. Uchenna is also a Research Associate at the African Center for Cyber Law and Cybercrime Prevention (ACCP) of the United Nations, African Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Kampala, Uganda (http://www.cybercrime-fr.org/index.pl/the_center_in_brief) and has consulted for both local and international organizations on the legal and policy aspects of cyber security and ICT regulation. He also holds a national award for the best overall essay in the Fourth Edition of the Nigerian Ships and Ports Annual National Essay Competition in 2010.


 

 Paballo Mokake

 Paballo Mokake is a young and innovative black woman who is currently heading up the Events and Marketing at Lex-Informatica. She has previous experience in the telecom sector at Telkom SA, where she held the position of a team leader in the Sales and Marketing Department. She is currently enrolled at UNISA for a Bcompt degree in Accounting Sciences.

 


 

Publications

Cybersecurity Law and RegulationHe is the author of: Cybersecurity Law and Regulation (Wolf Legal Publishers: The Netherlands, 2012, http://www.wolfpublishers.com/book.php?id=835) – a 678 paged text book that examines the legal and regulatory aspects of cybersecurity as well as major multilateral responses to promote global cybersecurity. The text also covers regulatory responses to cybersecurity in 29 jurisdictions. These jurisdictions include: Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Cameroon, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Lesotho, Mauritius, Morocco, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Russia, Senegal, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, the United Kingdom, theUnited States and Zambia. Uchenna has also published numerous articles on the legal and policy aspects of Information Communications Technology in leading peer reviewed international journals including: the Com­puter and Telecommunications Law Review, the Journal of Computer, Media and Telecommunications Law, the Journal of International Banking Law and Regula­tion, the International Company and Commercial Law Review, Law, the Business Law Review and the Proceedings of the Eastwest Institute Cybersecurity Summit (2012). He also has a chapter contribution on Cybersecurity in the International Computer and Contracts Law (Sweet & Maxwell) edited by MT Michele Rennie (forthcoming). In addition, he has research interests in other fields of law such as environmental law, development law, banking law, money laundering law, sabotage law and counter terrorism policy and has also published several articles in these fields in leading international journals.