Angela Mudukuti is an international criminal justice lawyer at the Wayamo Foundation. Formerly with the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC), Angela has worked on precedent setting cases on crimes against humanity and universal jurisdiction before the Constitutional Court of South Africa. In her capacity at SALC Angela was involved in advocacy surrounding international criminal justice issues and strategic litigation, including taking the South African government to court for failure to arrest President Bashir of Sudan. Prior to joining SALC, Angela worked for the Immediate Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, and under the supervision of Prof. Cheriff Bassiouni at the Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights in Italy. Prior to that Angela was in private practice working on civil and criminal matters in Zimbabwe. Angela continues to focus on human rights, international criminal law and issues of complementarity.
Angela is an avid writer contributing to newspapers and international criminal law publications on a regular basis. Angela has an LL.M from the University of the Western Cape in conjunction with Berlin’s Humboldt University and an LLB from the University of Pretoria, South Africa.
- Mudukuti, Angela, “The Zimbabwe Torture Case: Reflections on Domestic Litigation For International Crimes in Africa”, Acta Juridica no. 1 (2016).
- Mudukuti, Angela, “South Africa Abandoning the International Criminal Court? – The Build-up and Potential Consequences”, European Human Rights Law Review, 1 (2016).
- Mudukuti, Angela, “Complementarity and Africa: Tackling International Crimes at the Domestic Level”, The International Criminal Court and Africa, One Decade On, edited by Evelyn Ankumah (2016).
- Mudukuti, Angela, “Libya: From Repression to Revolution: A Record of Armed Conflict and International Law Violations, 2011-2013”, (contributor) edited by M.C Bassiouni (2013).
- Mudukuti, Angela, “The al-Bashir affair shows up chinks in the constitutional armoury: South Africa’s Constitution at 21”, compiled by Jean Meiring (forthcoming 2017).