Professor Tshepo Mongalo

Professor Tshepo Mongalo

Tshepo Mongalo is the Associate Professor and a Head of Law Department at Monash South Africa. He was formerly the Associate Professor of Law in the School of Law at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and is the PDBA (Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration) and MBA (Master of Business Administration) Lecturer at Wits Business School in Johannesburg, teaching Business Law to PDBA students and Business, Collective Action and Social Accountability (BCASA) to MBA students.
Mongalo is the former Regulatory Framework Manager for the Business Registration Reform Project in South Africa, an interdepartmental government project aimed at simplifying primary and secondary business registration procedures for all types of businesses in South Africa.
Mongalo is also the former Corporate Law Consultant for Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Inc., a leading corporate commercial law firm based in major African cities. He is a current member and the Deputy Chairperson of the Specialist Committee on Company Law (SCCL), a committee established in terms of s191 of the 2008 Companies Act to advise the Minister of Trade and Industry on company law and policy and the Companies & Intellectual Property Commissioner on the management of the Commission’s resources.
Mongalo has received a B.Proc (Summa cum Laude) from the University of Natal in Durban; an LL.B. from the same University; an LL.M. from Cambridge University in England, where he was the Deputy President of the Cambridge University Southern African Students’ Union (CUSAS); and a Ph.D. in Commercial Law at the University of Cape Town. His Ph.D. thesis, entitled ‘Corporate Actions and the Empowerment of Non-Shareholder Constituencies,’ was graduated at UCT in 2015.

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