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Faculty of Law | University of the Western Cape

Research Portal

Faculty of Law | University of the Western Cape

UWC LAW FACULTY

Pamhidzai Bamu  

Member of Faculty

Law Programme Coordinator for Africa

WIEGO

 
Dr Pamhidzai Bamu  

 

Research niche/s

Research Associate – Labour Law 4.0 niche |

Specialisation

Labour law

Bio in brief

She worked as a Researcher in the Institute of Development and Labour Law at the University of Cape Town, and the Social Law Project at the University of the Western Cape and has published research on various labour issues in South Africa and southern Africa. She completed a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship at Stellenbosch University, where her project considered the Zimbabwean labour market with a focus on the development and regulation of its informal economy.

She has consulted for agencies such as the International Labour Organization and SADC Secretariat on a number of labour and human rights issues. Her research interests include domestic workers, street vendors, labour migration, international labour law and the regulation of precarious forms of work.

Pamhidzai currently resides in Maryland USA and is the Law Programme Coordinator for Africa at Women in Informal Employment Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO).

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pamhidzai.bamu@gmail.com

Pamhidzai Bamu  

Member of Faculty

Law Programme Coordinator for Africa

WIEGO

 
Dr Pamhidzai Bamu  

 

Research niche/s

Research Associate – Labour Law 4.0 niche |

Specialisation

Labour law

Bio in brief

She worked as a Researcher in the Institute of Development and Labour Law at the University of Cape Town, and the Social Law Project at the University of the Western Cape and has published research on various labour issues in South Africa and southern Africa. She completed a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship at Stellenbosch University, where her project considered the Zimbabwean labour market with a focus on the development and regulation of its informal economy.

She has consulted for agencies such as the International Labour Organization and SADC Secretariat on a number of labour and human rights issues. Her research interests include domestic workers, street vendors, labour migration, international labour law and the regulation of precarious forms of work.

Pamhidzai currently resides in Maryland USA and is the Law Programme Coordinator for Africa at Women in Informal Employment Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO).

Articles in this website

No results found

Contact

pamhidzai.bamu@gmail.com