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Charles Manga Fombad

Faculty of Law

University of Pretoria

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University of Pretoria

Lynnwood Road, Hatfield

Pretoria, Gauteng,1

South Africa

Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Law In the Department of Law

University of Botswana


Founding editor-in-Chief

University of Botswana Law Journal


Consultant Editor

BIAC Journal of Business , Management and Training


Affiliations

Inter Gentes

Advisory Board Member


African Network of Constitutional Lawyers

Member


Education

Ph. D.


Web References(15 Total References)


Advisory Board - Inter Gentes

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Charles Fombad
University of Pretoria


International Encyclopaedia of Laws

www.ielaws.com [cached]

Botswana ( Prof. Charles Fombad, University of Pretoria, South Africa)


GlobaLex - UPDATE: Researching Cameroonian Law

www.nyugloballaw.org [cached]

By Charles Manga Fombad
Charles Manga Fombad is a Professor of law and Head of the Department of Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria. He holds a Licence en Droit (University of Yaounde), LL.M. and Ph. D. (University of London) and a Diploma in Conflict Resolution (University of Uppsala). He was, from 2003-2006, Professor Honorarius of the Department of Jurisprudence, School of Law, University of South Africa. Professor Fombad is the author of 8books and has published more than 50 articles in international refereed journals, more than a dozen book chapters as well as numerous other publications and conference papers. In 2003, Professor Fombad received the Bobbert Association Prize for the best first article in the Journal for Juridical Science. He was also awarded the Wedderburn Prize in 2003 for a paper that appeared in the "Modern Law Review. For three years, 2004, 2005 and 2007, Professor Fombad received the special commendation award from the University of Botswana Research Awards Committee as runner up on each occasion to the University Researcher of the Year. He is a member of the editorial board of several international journals. He was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the "University of Botswana Law Journal" (2005-2009) and Consultant Editor of the "BIAC Journal of Business, Management and Training."Professor Fombad's research interests are in legal history, torts, media law, comparative constitutional law, and international law. Cameroon, with a total land area of 475,440 square kilometers, is located in Western Africa, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and the Republic of Congo to the South, Central African Republic and Chad to the east, Lake Chad to the north and Nigeria to the west. The population of 19,406,100 (January 2010 estimates), is made up of an extraordinary diversity of about 250 tribes speaking at least 280 different indigenous languages. · Fombad, C.M. Cameroon: Constitutional Law (in Blanpain, International Encyclopaedia of Laws - Constitutional Law). The Hague, Kluwer Law International, 2003. · Fombad, C.M. Cameroon: Text of Constitution (in Blanpain, International Encyclopaedia of Laws - Constitutional Law). The Hague, Kluwer Law International, 2003.


GlobaLex - UPDATE: Botswana’s Legal System and Legal Research

www.nyugloballaw.org [cached]

May/June 2011 Update by Charles Manga Fombad
Charles Manga Fombad is a Professor of law and Head of the Department of Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria. He holds a Licence en Droit (University of Yaounde), LL.M. and Ph. D. (University of London) and a Diploma in Conflict Resolution (University of Uppsala). He was, from 2003-2006, Professor Honorarius of the Department of Jurisprudence, School of Law, University of South Africa. Professor Fombad is the author of 8books and has published more than 50 articles in international refereed journals, more than a dozen book chapters as well as numerous other publications and conference papers. In 2003, Professor Fombad received the Bobbert Association Prize for the best first article in the Journal for Juridical Science. He was also awarded the Wedderburn Prize in 2003 for a paper that appeared in the "Modern Law Review. For three years, 2004, 2005 and 2007, Professor Fombad received the special commendation award from the University of Botswana Research Awards Committee as runner up on each occasion to the University Researcher of the Year. He is a member of the editorial board of several international journals. He was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the "University of Botswana Law Journal" (2005-2009) and Consultant Editor of the "BIAC Journal of Business, Management and Training. Professor Fombad's research interests are in legal history, torts, media law, comparative constitutional law, and international law. Fombad, C.M & Quansah, E.K., The Botswana Legal System. Durban, LexisNexis Butterworths, 2006. Fombad, C.M. (ed.), Essays on the Law of Botswana. Cape Town, Juta & Co., 2007.


www.hiiraan.com

“So, the Tanzanian authorities said in the 1990s most African countries undertook a radical revision of their constitutions and it’s time now to look at Tanzania’s own constitution," said Charles Fombad, a member of the African Network of Constitutional Lawyers and a professor of Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Pretoria in South Africa.
But Fombad says it is critical that the foundation for reforms be laid down in the constitution so as to create a legally enforceable obligation that must be respected. Typical examples of this are women’s rights and land tenure. “There are countries like South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya that have had very serious issues with land tenure," said Fombad.


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