Nomfundo Ramalekana is a South African DPhil (Law) student in the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. Her research interests are in equality and anti-discrimination law, comparative human rights, critical race and feminist legal theory as well as African Constitutionalism(s). Her current research is on affirmative action in South Africa. She completed her LLB at the University of Pretoria in South Africa (2013), a BCL (2016) and MPhil Law (2017) at the University of Oxford, funded by a Rhodes Scholarship.

Nomfundo is a Graduate Teaching Assistant for Human Rights Law on the BCL Comparative Equality and Comparative Human Rights Law courses. She is also a blog editor for the Oxford Human Rights Hub. 


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  • NP Ramalekana, ''What's so Wrong with Quotas? An argument for the permissibility of quotas under s 9(2) of the South African Constitution' (Forthcoming)' (2020) Constitutional Court Review

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Human Rights, Equality Law, Feminist Jurisprudence, Critical Legal Studies

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