Edwin Cameron was a judge in South Africa for 25 years, and a Justice of its highest court, the Constitutional Court, for nearly eleven years.
He was educated at Pretoria Boys’ High School, Stellenbosch and as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford.
During apartheid he was a human rights lawyer. President Mandela appointed him a judge in 1994. Before the Constitutional Court, he was a Judge of the Supreme Court of Appeal for eight years, and a Judge of the High Court for six.
He was a fierce critic of President Mbeki’s AIDS-denialist policies. He has written two prize-winning memoirs, Witness to AIDS (2005) and Justice: A Personal Account (2014).
He has received many honours for his legal and human rights work.
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