About Mkhululi Duncan Stubbs

Mkhululi Duncan Stubbs was admitted to the Johannesburg Society of Advocates in December 2013. He holds BA and LLB degrees and an LLM degree in which he studied comparative constitutional law, international trade law and international commercial arbitration. Mkhululi’s preferred areas of practice include commercial, public and regulatory law, and particularly international trade and international commercial dispute resolution. Prior to becoming an advocate, Mkhululi served as a law clerk to Justice Yacoob at the Constitutional Court. He also completed his articles of clerkship at a corporate and commercial law firm, where he worked primarily on regulatory and public finance management issues in respect of large-scale infrastructure development projects.

National Security and Exchange Control – the temptations of protectionism

1. The economic growth outlook in South Africa at present does not make for the rosiest picture. It was not more than a week ago that Standard and Poor’s (“S&P’s”) decided, thankfully, to hold off on downgrading South Africa’s long-term debt status from its current ‘BBB–’ rating to ‘junk’, i.e. below investment grade. The International Monetary Fund’s latest forecast of our economy’s growth outlook for this year is at 0.6 percent (with some forecasting even less than this), and global […]