Nonhlanhla Chanza

Nonhlanhla is currently employed as a Parliamentary Liaison Officer for the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) where she provides extensive and in-depth analysis on South Africa’s legislative developments, parliamentary processes and other key matters before Parliamentary Committees. Nonhlanhla also assists non-profit organisations improve governance and internal control systems and does voluntary activism work on social justice issues with special focus on the National Parliament. Before she joined the LSSA, Nonhlanhla worked as a Parliamentary Researcher for the Institute of Democracy in South Africa (idasa) where she gained extensive knowledge in law making, policy making processes, governance systems, anti-corruption, accountability and oversight structures and human rights frameworks. Nonhlanhla has published widely and served as an in-country expert on a number of global research reports on the state of governance in South Africa and holds a Social Science Masters Degree in Political Science.