Nomfundo Ramalekana

Senior Lecturer

Room 5.34 - Kramer Law Building


Dr Nomfundo Ramalekana is a senior lecturer in the Public Law Department at UCT’s Law Faculty.


She completed her LLB at the University of Pretoria in 2014. She then worked at Bowmans Law (Johannesburg office) and moved to the United Kingdom to pursue a Bachelor of Civil Laws in 2016 and an MPhil (Law) in 2017 at Oxford University and a DPhil/PhD (Law) 2021.  While at Oxford, Nomfundo worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the comparative human rights law and comparative equality law courses on the Bachelor of Civil Law. She was also a Research Assistant for the Africa Oxford Initiative and a blog editor for the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog.


Research Interests

Nomfundo’s areas of interest are constitutional law, human rights law, anti-discrimination law, feminist legal theory and critical race theory.



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