31 October 1949
Born in the Eastern Cape, Dumisa Ntsebeza, like many young South Africans in the 70’s was involved in the struggle. He was arrested in the mid 70’s and served time in prison, during which he completed his law degree. Ntsebeza emerged as a commissioner in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in 1995. After the commission, he went on to play other key roles, including becoming chairman of Media and Entertainment Company Avusa until he resigned in 2011. He is the Director of Barloworld Limited and Acting judge of the High Court of South Africa. Ntsebeza also founded the South African Black lawyers Association. He is currently visiting professor of Political Science and Law at the University of Connecticut in the US. REFERENCES: Fin24,"Surprise as Avusa chair, directors quit",From: Fin24,[Online],available at: www.fin24.com,[Accessed : 10 October 2013] Bloomberg Businessweek,"Dumisa Buhle Ntsebeza LLB, BProc, BA, LLM (International Law)",From: Bloomberg Businessweek,[Online],available at: investing.businessweek.com,[Accessed : 10 October 2013]