Shaad Vayej

Shaad Vayej is a Bcom LLB graduate of Stellenbosch university with an undergraduate major in Economics and post-graduate majors in both Constitutional and Company Law. He has written on a number of Constitutional issues and his work on the Right of Access to Information has been published in the prestigious Responsa Meridiana Law Journal. He enjoys actively engaging with many of the socio-economic and political issues facing the South Africa of today, including contributing to an informed and responsible citizenry as best he can.

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