Nkululeko Khumalo

Senior Researcher, South African Institute of International Affairs

Nkululeko Khumalo is a Senior Associate at Tutwa Consulting, a trade and competition law consultant, and a part-time Commissioner at the International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa. He has extensive experience as both an international trade policy expert and a trade and competition law attorney. He recently worked as a Senior Associate at Bowman Gilfillan Inc. where he specialised on advising and representing clients regarding trade remedies (anti-dumping, countervailing and safeguard measures) and trade policy, competition law, customs and excise, bilateral investment treaties and foreign investment, export and import controls, sanctions, and consumer protection law. Nkululeko also previously worked as a Senior Researcher on trade policy at the South Africa Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA). He has co-edited books, published articles and book chapters on a range of trade policy issues.

Opinion

6 September 2017
The incorporation of sustainable development provisions in deeper regional trade agreements has expanded over time . In this article, the authors explore prospects for using such agreements as building blocks towards broader incorporation of sustainability provisions at a multilateral level...

Bridges news

29 June 2016
Sur fond d’avancées technologiques et de nouveaux modes de production, comment exploiter le potentiel de l’IDE pour développer le secteur des services dans les PMA et PFR africains ? Représentant 63,5 pourcent du produit intérieur brut (PIB) au niveau global, les services sont désormais le secteur...
21 June 2016
Against the backdrop of technological advances and new modes of production, how to leverage the potential of FDI to develop the service sector in African low-income countries? Services now constitute the largest sector in the world economy, accounting for approximately 63.5 percent of global gross...
5 August 2009
Les tensions autour de l'avenir de l'Union douanière de l'Afrique australe (the Southern African Customs Union - SACU) et des relations commerciales avec l'UE, sont en hausse comme l'a reflétée récemment, la large couverture médiatique. Malheureusement, ces tensions sont si complexes qu'elles...
5 August 2009
Tensions over the future of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) and trade relations with the EU are rising, as reflected in the plethora of recent media reports. Unfortunately they are so complex that they defy simple categorisation. The most difficult problem concerns the future of revenue...
8 October 2008
Après plusieurs années de négociations avec la Commission européenne, un certain nombre de pays d’Afrique, des Caraïbes et du Pacifi que (ACP) ont paraphé, fin 2007, des Accords de partenariat économique (APE) et des textes intérimaires. Les discussions avaient été menées au titre de l’Accord de...
8 October 2008
After several years of negotiations with the European Commission a number of African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries initialled Economic Partnership Agreements and interim texts (IEPAs) at the end 2007. The talks were carried out under the terms of the Cotonou Agreement, which seeks to...
13 September 2008
Après plusieurs années de négociations avec la Commission européenne, un certain nombre de pays d'Afrique, des Caraïbes et du Pacifique (ACP) ont paraphé, fin 2007, des Accords de partenariat économique (APE) et des textes intérimaires. Les discussions avaient été menées au titre de l'Accord de...