Professor Sizwe Lindelo Snail ka Mtuze is a member of South African Information Regulator (SAIR) and a member of Films and Publication Appeal Board (FPAB) since 2016 and 2017 respectively. He is a regular external examiner for Cyber Law / IT Law for LLB and LLM students and is the International Co-ordinator of the African Centre for Cyberlaw and Crime Prevention (ACCP) based in Kampala, Uganda.
Sizwe Snail Ka Mtuze was a member on the ICT REVIEW Panel of the Department of Telecommunications & Postal Services (DTPS), serving as a Chair of the E-commerce Committee (Digital Society as renamed) within the Panel sub-committees (2014 – 2015); he also served on the National Cyber Security advisory Counsel of the DPTS. (2015 – 2017).
He holds a Baccalareus Legum (LLB) from the University of Pretoria with Tax Law and Cyber-Law electives also an (LLM) from the University of South Africa (UNISA). He is currently registered with the University of Fort Hare for an (LLD) and has recently been appointed as Adjunct Professor in the Mercantile Law Department of Nelson Mandela University (NMU) Law Faculty.
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