Emmanuel Maravanyika

Emmanuel is currently a lecturer in Criminal Justice at Monash South Africa, and teaches on Criminology units as well as on Child Justice, SA’s criminal justice system (police, courts and correctional services), organised crime, money laundering, counter-terrorism and victimology. His undergraduate studies focused on southern African history (particularly liberation movements) and aspects of law and politics. He has worked in various sectors including the Institute for Security Studies in Cape Town as an intern and consultant; Mediation Consultant for the Western Cape Provincial Government; Varsity College lecturer

Doctoral Research Title:  The Law versus common practices: A critical analysis of parole laws and practices for foreign nationals in South Africa