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Phazha Molebatsi is a partner attorney at Thabiso Tafila Attorneys. Phazha has made his mark in the advancement of human rights in Botswana and Africa. He recently joined Thabiso Tafila Attorneys from the Botswana Network on Ethics Law and HIV/AIDS (BONELA) where he served as a policy and legal advisor, heading the organization’s advocacy, human rights, and law program. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the University of Botswana, a Postgraduate Certificate in Enterprise Risk Management from the Botswana Accountancy College and is a Fellow of the Mandela Washington Fellowship obtained from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Prior to venturing into human rights, Phazha worked at Ndadi Law Firm as well as at Osei-Ofei Swabi & Co. where he represented a variety of clients comprising of leading corporate entities and ordinary members of the public. He has considerable experience in conveyancing, human rights strategic impact litigation, debt recovery and labour law. Throughout his career he has been involved in different kinds of litigation including:
- General debt recovery, litigation for leading financial institutions such as banks and real estate entities in Botswana.
- Human rights litigation such as the Khwarae Constitutional Law Case.
- General labour law Iitigation.
- Mandela Washington Fellowship – Civic Leardership (2016) – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
- Post Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Risk Management (2015) – Botswana Accountancy College.
- Bachelor’s degree, Law (2007 – 2012) – University of Botswana.
- Resource Mobilisation Committee of the BW YALI Network.
- Risk Management Committee of the International Working Group on Women and Sport.
- Legal Advisor – Netball World Youth Cup – Gaborone 2017.
- Rules committe of the Law Society of Botswana.
- Law Society of Botswana.
- Human Rights Defenders Working Group (Southren Africa) – Amnesty International.