Location:570 Fehrsen Street, Brooklyn Bridge Office Park
3rd Floor Steven House
Gauteng Province, Republic of South Africa
Amanda Shivamba has an avid passion for human rights, justice and the rule of law. Amanda worked on multidisciplinary human rights issues at the prestigious South African Human Rights Commission – wherein she first served as a research associate to the Deputy Chairperson. Through this period she gained experience in legal research, drafting national reports and policy intervention. Furthermore, she has experience in human rights matters such as Business and human rights, Promotion of Access to Information (PAIA), Access to basic services, as well as several issues pertaining to South Africa’s compliance with International treaties.
After a very fulfilling tenure at the South African Human Rights Commission, Amanda went on to serve as a Legal researcher at a well renowned NGO- Corruption Watch. It was here that she gained experience in researching complex issues around procurement, the National Anti-Corruption Strategy, as well as mining and health related matters. Mrs Shivamba has contributed to several policy interventions as well as drafted complex reports for the international community.
- University of Witwatersrand, LLB
- University of Pretoria, LLM – Public International Law
Amanda Shivamba completed her articles at a medium sized law firm where she gained experience in commercial law, labour law and RAF matters (Road Accident Fund).
English, Swahili, French