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National Schools Moot Court Competition (NSMCC)

The first annual National Schools Moot Court Competition took place at the Constitutional Court in Johannesburg on National Human Rights Day, 21 March 2011. Teams from four schools in each of the nine provinces – a total of 72 learners - were selected to participate in this ground-breaking event. The second annual National Schools Moot Court Competition took place in April 2012. The third annual National Schools Moot Court Competition took place in August 2013 and the fourth in October 2014.

The Competition aims to create greater awareness in schools and communities in South Africa about the Constitution and the values that it embodies through active participation. The aim is also to encourage talented young people to consider pursuing a law career.

This Competition provides a unique opportunity for learners to develop their research, writing and oral advocacy skills as they endeavour to come to grips with some of the constitutional issues that are presently facing our country. Participants will be allowed to argue their case in any of the 11 official languages in the oral rounds before judges in an actual court scenario.

The ideal will be to work towards a Competition organised by a different grouping of law faculties each year. All law faculties in the country will be requested to make some of their capacity available to support the individual learners in preparing for the Competition. The collaboration of the organised legal profession will also be sought to assist learners.

All secondary schools in South Africa are invited to enter a team of two learners. The first round will be in written form. Learners will be expected to write two short essays (two to four pages for each essay) setting out the opposing sides of the case.

Provincial Coordinators

NAME

PROV

TEL

FAX

CELL

E-MAIL

JWAAI

EC

040-608 4227

040-608 4701

082 396 7308

nomsa.heshu@edu.ecprov.gov.za

Funeka.jwaai@edu.ecprov.gov.za

MATSANENG J

FS

051-404 8612

086 535 2803

082 303 1273

matsanengj@gmail.com

MOHALE T

GP

011-355 0938

011-355 0445

072 356 0903

mohalet@gpg.gov.za

SHANGE S

KZN

033-846 5589

086 543 3104

0725829941

S.Shange@kzndoe.gov.za

LEDWABA AL

LP

015-290 7729

086 544 8091

0794971824

LedwabaAL@edu.limpopo.gov.za

BUTHELEZI C

MP

013 766 0930

086 775 7919

0827417894

r.mpamgana@education.mpu.gov.za

MARAIS W

NC

053-839 6596

086 293 6948

083 700 3187

wmarais@ncpg.gov.za

MOFOLO R

NW

018-389 8162

086 529 1202

082 040 5579

RMofolo@nwpg.gov.za

PILLAY D

WC

021-467 2582

021-467 2198

083 382 2606

dpillay@pgwc.gov.za

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