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Minister Masutha to meet and wish Wits Moot Court Competition Team well in their quest to represent African Continent at the Global Moot Court Competition

04 April 2019

The Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Advocate Michael Masutha, will meet the Wits University Moot Court Competition team and wish them well in their quest to represent the African continent at the global Moot Court Competition scheduled to take place in Oxford, England from 8 to 12 April 2019.

The international round will bring together law students from across the globe. Anathi Canham, Nobuhle Kunene, Shandre Smith and Sophie Smit secured their places in Oxford after beating teams from several other African universities to walk away with the title of the champions of the African region.

The annual competition was established by the University of Oxford in 2008 to encourage participants to engage critical contemporary issues in society.

The members of the media are invited as follows:

DATE:            05 April 2019
TIME:            11h00
VENUE:         WITS University West Campus, Commerce Law and    Management Building (CLM), Johannesburg

For media confirmations contact Mr Solomon Kganyago on 063 489 7073/ Skganyago@justice.gov.za or Mr Victor Mateane Phala on 083 438 5162/ Vphala@justice.gov.za.  

Issued by the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development

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Max Mpuzana
Acting Spokesperson
Ministry of Justice and Correctional services
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