Ngwako deepened his knowledge and understanding of public law and broader regulatory law during his full-time Master of Laws (LLM) at Wits University in 2009, where he focused on constitutional law, administrative law, business and human rights and energy law — which he completed with distinction.
As a legal practitioner, Ngwako has cutting edge experience in constitutional, administrative and public procurement law, having been involved in complex advisory and transactional matters in one of the largest law firms on the African continent, ENSafrica in Sandton. He advised both business and government alike, on laws governing the interaction of business and government as well as many areas of regulatory law.
Ngwako is a published academic and has been employed as a lecturer and researcher at three universities (Wits University, University of Johannesburg and now at North-West University). He has exceptional research and critical analysis skills.
Ngwako’s experience also includes: (a) having served as a law clerk to Justice Bess Nkabinde of the Constitutional Court of South Africa in 2007; (b) researcher at the South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional, Public, Human Rights and International Law, a Centre of the University of Johannesburg (SAIFAC); (c) sessional lecturer at Wits University teaching Constitutional Law: Structures of Government and Bill of Rights. A keen community development practitioner, Ngwako has also served as the Secretary-General of The Rural Development and Education Foundation (RDEF).
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