Position, academic & professional qualifications
Princess Thembelihle Ncube is a lecturer in the Department of Mercantile Law and holds the degrees LLB, LLM (North West University). She is currently doing her doctoral thesis titled “The use of Artificial Intelligence to Combat Money Laundering in the South African Financial Institutions”.
Academic and professional experience
In 2018, she was a junior lecture at North West University. She served as a Law Clerk at the Constitutional Court of South Africa.
Subjects she has taught include: Company law, Indigenous law and Street law.
Areas of specialisation
Her main research interest is the Securities and Financial Markets Law. Related interests include Banking law, Aspects of tax law and Insolvency law.
Papers (2017 to -2019)
1. Presented a paper at a Conference of Private Law and Social Justice entitled “An Analysis of The Available Remedies for Market Abuse Victims Under the Securities Act 17 Of 2004 [Chapter 24:25] As Amended”.
2. Presented a paper at the Fourth International Mercantile Law Conference entitled Unpacking the Role of the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority in Combating Market Abuse Practices in Namibia influenced by Prof H Chitimira.
3. Presented a paper the South African Law Teachers Conference at the University of Cape Town from 11 to 13 July 2018 entitled A Synoptical examination of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe (SECZ) and its role in combating market abuse practices in Zimbabwe
4. Presented a paper at a conference of Private Law and Social Justice entitled Towards the promotion of financial inclusion for the poor, vulnerable and low income earners in South Africa (06 -08 August 2018)
5. Presented a paper at a convenience Fifth International Mercantile Law Conference entitled Reaffirming the role of the Directorate of Market Abuse and the meaning of ‘inside information’ in the adjudication of insider trading cases: Zietsman and Another v Directorate of Market Abuse and Another 2016 1 SA 218 (GP).
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