Vuyolethu Mntonintshi is based at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies at Wits University. He undertakes research, advocacy, and litigation across the Gender Justice Programme and the Home, Land, and Rural Democracy Programme. In this role, he has advanced fundamental human rights for marginalised communities and worked on projects about child abuse, assisting survivors with access to shelters, and has supported other social justice organisations to develop sexual harassment policies.
He has worked on a number of landmark Constitutional Court cases on GBV, ensuring access to justice for survivors and perpetrators are held accountable for their actions. Vuyolethu is committed to promoting social justice and dedicating his efforts to fulfilling the Constitution’s promise of a quality life for all citizens. He holds an LLB degree from Walter Sisulu University and is currently pursuing Interdisciplinary Master’s in Human Rights at the University of the Free State.