Brilliant MhlangaBrilliant Mhlanga


Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

 

Occupational Information


Occupation: Lecturer, National University of Science and Technology and Civil Society Activist

Occupational Position: Lecturer

Professional History


Brilliant is an Academic and a Human Rights Activist from Matebeleland, Zimbabwe. His activities in human rights and politics date back to the University of Zimbabwe where he was a Student Leader in the late 90s. It was also at the height of his Student Leadership days that he began to be active in the civil society movement of Zimbabwe; a mantle he has since carried to this day. Brilliant Mhlanga has worked and held various positions with organizations in the Zimbabwean civil society in the past six years, including Secretary of the Board for the Bulawayo Agenda, and the Human Rights Chair of the National Constitutional Assembly task force. He also writes with the independent media in and outside Zimbabwe. These media institutions include; NewZimbabwe.com, The Standard, and Independent Newspapers. Brilliant is a lecturer at the National University of Science and Technology in the Department of Journalism and Media Studies and also a Research Fellow with W. K. Kellogg Foundation and is a product of the Legon Centre for International Affairs, University of Ghana.

Qualifications


Master of Arts in Culture, Communication and Media Studies, from the Universities of KwaZulu-Natal and Oslo (Norway). He also holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a BSc Hon. in Sociology from the University of Zimbabwe

Programs


2007 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow

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