School of Law

University of Venda

Students and staff warned to never fake sexual harasment

April 20, 2018
On 11 April 2018, the Department of Public Law-Gender and Law in the University of Venda (Univen) School of Law...
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Univen School of Law honours uMama Nomzamo Winnie Madikizela-Mandela with a Memorial Service

April 14, 2018
Photo of uMama Nomzamo Winnie Madikizela Mandela The University of Venda School of Law held a memorial service to honour...
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Racism And Hate Speech To Be Criminalised……

May 10, 2016
“Everybody has got a right to freedom of speech but it is limited that you cannot propagate war, use hate...
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Professor Lonias Ndlovu

Professor Lonias Ndlovu

Dean School of Law

Qualifications: Diploma in Secondary Education; LLB, LLM; LLD

Areas of Expertise: International Trade Law, Intellectual Property Law, Commercial Law, Company Law, Tax Law and Banking Law

Tel: +27 15 962 8512

Office: F017, School of Law

Mrs Tshikomba

Mrs Tshikomba

School Administrator

Tel: +27 15 962 8948

Mrs Siphorogo

Mrs Siphorogo


Tel: +25 15 962 8512


To be at the centre for legal education, training and research that promotes rural and regional development in Southern Africa.


Inspired by the University of Venda vision and mission, the School of Law employs appropriate learning methodologies and research in offering a range of qualifications in law and criminal justice that is responsive to the development needs of the Southern African region.

Undergraduate Programmes Code Duration
Baccalaureus Artium (Juris Criminalis) BA (CRM) 3 Years
Baccalureus Legum Undergraduate LLB (NU) 4 Years
Postgraduate Degrees Code Duration
Magister Legum (Master of Laws) LLM
Baccalaureus Artium Honoribus (Juris Criminalis) BA (Hons) CRM
Magister Artium (Juris Criminalis) MA (CRM)
Career opportunities

Advocate, Attorney, Prosecutor, Legal Adviser, Magistrate, Judge, Lawyer
in the public and corporative sector, international relations, international organisations, national or
international nongovernmental organisations and academic fields.
Career opportunities in Criminal Justice – Police and Traffic Officer, Lecturer, Self-employment eg
private practice, Criminologist, Administrative Officer in the fields of criminology and policing in
the private or public sector, Researcher.