Johann Hattingh is Associate Professor in the Law Faculty of the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He is an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa formerly practiced in the field of international taxation with PwC. He conducted doctoral research at the University of Cambridge and holds master’s degrees in tax law from the Universities of Cape Town and Leiden in the Netherlands. Since 2003 he has authored several publications by the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, where in 2019 he took up the Managing Editorship of the Bulletin for International Taxation. Prof. Hattingh is also a member of the Secondary Management Committee of IBFD’s Centre for Studies in African Taxation. He has acted as senior international consultant for the UN Economic Commission for Africa, participated in the tax work of NEPAD on behalf of the African Union, serves as Rapporteur for Africa in the International Law Association's Study Group on International Taxation and is executive board member of the International Fiscal Association-South Africa.