Position, academic & professional qualifications
Keneilwe Radebe is a Lecturer in the Department of Public Law. She holds the degrees LLB and LLM in Constitutional and Administrative Law (Pret). Prior to joining the University of Pretoria, she worked as a Candidate Attorney at a law firm in Pretoria, and later as a Law Researcher of the North West High Court. She was admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2011.
Academic & professional experience
She joined the University of Pretoria in 2011 as a Junior Lecturer and was promoted to Lecturer in 2015. During her undergraduate studies, she worked as a Tutor for the Department of Jurisprudence.
She currently teaches Media Law (MDR 410), an elective course for fourth-year law students. She previously offered a Media Law course to second-year journalism students (2012-2013) and assisted with the teaching of Constitutional Law (SRG 410) in 2012.
Representative selection of publications
- Radebe MK (2014) The unconstitutional practices of the judicial service commission under the guise of judicial transformation: Cape bar council v Judicial Service Commission and Another  PER/PLJ 2014 (17)3.
Representative selection of papers delivered
- “Unconstitutional practices of the judicial service commission under the guise of judicial transformation” Nigeria”, 2012.
- “The Socratic Method of teaching as an aid to aptly prepare law student for the profession, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University”, 2016.
- “The continuation of inequality in post-apartheid South African” UNISA, 2016.
Areas of specialisation
Her main areas of specialisation are Constitutional Law and Media Law.