Researchers (Archive): Dr Mwiza Nkhata
Dr Mwiza Jo Nkhata
LLB (Hons) [Mlw] LLM (UP) Dip (Abo) LLD (UP)
African human rights law, socio-economic rights, comparative constitutional law, governance and democratization in Africa
- State reporting (South Africa)
- Associate Editor, Malawi Law Journal
- Is the SADC tribunal under judicial siege in Zimbabwe? Reflections on Etheredge v Minister of Security Responsible for Lands, Land Reform and Resettlement and another (2010) 43(1) CILSA 81 (With ST Ebobrah).
- Book review: Harri Englund, Prisoners of freedom: Human rights and the African poor 2009 3(1) Malawi Law Journal 149.
- ‘What does the SADC Tribunal portend for human rights in the region: A new hope or a false dawn? in R Murray (ed), Human Rights Litigation and the Domestication of International Human Rights Standards in Africa in Sub-Saharan Africa, (Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurist, Nairobi 2009) 93.
- Public interest litigation and locus standi in Malawian constitutional law: Have the courts unduly fettered access to justice and legal remedies (2008) 2(2) Malawi Law Journal 209
- Bidding farewell to mandatory capital punishment: Francis Kafantayeni and others v Attorney General (2007) 1(1) Malawi Law Journal 103.
- The role of regional economic communities in protecting and promoting human rights in Africa: Reflections on the human rights mandate of the tribunal of the Southern African Development Community
- The more things seem to change, the more they remain the same: The strained matrix for the protection and enforcement of human rights in Africa
- The social trust and duty bearer accountability in the protection and enforcement of social, economic and cultural rights in Malawi: A conceptual starting point?
- Implementation of the Rome Statute in Malawi and Zambia: Progress, challenges and prospects (Book chapter)
- New constitution same old problems: The travails of constitutionalism in Malawi
- Combating money laundering in Malawi: Reflections on some aspects of the money laundering, proceeds of serious crime and terrorist financing Act of 2006.