About Prof MM Botha
Prof Monray Marsellus Botha is a full professor in the Department Private of Law and holds the following degrees: BLC (Pret), BCom (Hons) (Pret), LLB (Pret), LLM (Pret), MCOM (UJ) and LLD (NWU) as well as the following diplomas: AIPSA Diploma (AIPSA/Pret), Diploma in Alternative Dispute Resolution (AFSA/Pret) and Diploma in Corporate Law (UJ). Additionally, he has also completed two leadership qualifications through the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS). The title of his LLD thesis is “Employee participation and voice in companies: A legal perspective”. On 06 March 2017, he delivered his inaugural address entitled “First do no harm!” On oaths, social contracts and other promises: Navigating the labyrinth! He is also an NRF-rated researcher, holding a C2 rating since 1 January 2018.
Prof Botha has 22 years of experience in the tertiary academic environment. He worked at several universities including the University of Pretoria (UP) and the North-West University (NWU). Prof Botha’s delivered multiple national and international conference papers/seminars. In addition, he has published multiple national and international accredited research contributions. He remained an active researcher and has published on various areas of the law, even whist in management. His main areas of interest are labour law, corporate law, corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. Subjects he has taught include: Labour Law, Commercial Law, Business Law, Specific Contracts, Law of Contract, Corporate Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Transnational Business Law, and Tax Law.