Johannesburg, South Africa
Clement Marumoagae is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg. He joined this university in February 2016. He was previously employed as a Senior Lecturer and practicing attorney at the North West University (Mafikeng Campus) at its Law Clinic.
Clement holds three degrees: LL.B., LL.M. (Wits) and LL.M. (NWU). He also holds a diploma in Insolvency Law Practice (UP), and he is currently reading towards his Ph.D. with the University of Cape Town.
Clement conducts research in the areas of Pension Law, Family Law, Labour Law, Insolvency Law, and Legal Writing and Research. He has published extensively in both national and international journals.
- Clement Marumoagae, ‘South African Law regarding Employees Resignation due to Employers Conduct’ in Frenkel (ed) Selected Issues in Public Private Law (Athens Institute for Education and Research: 2015);
- Clement Marumoagae ‘Section 13A of the PFA: Employer’s Failure to Pay Employees Contribution to the Employees’ Pension Fund’ (2015) 29(1) Speculum Juris 68;
- Clement Marumoagae ‘Factors Justifying Forfeiture of Patrimonial Benefits Orders Molapo v Molapo (2013) 29 ZAFSHC 232;
- Clement Marumoagae ‘The Regime of Forfeiture of Patrimonial Benefits in South Africa and a Critical Analysis of the Concept of Unduly Benefited’ 2014 (1) De Jure 85;
- Clement Marumoagae ‘A Critical Discussion of a Pension Interest as an Asset in the Joint Estate of Parties Married in Community of Property’ 2014 (1) Speculum Juris 54;
- Clement Marumoagae ‘Non-member’s Entitlement to the Pension Interest of the Member’s Pension Fund’ (2014) 6 PER 2488.