Ruslan Mustafa is completing a Master’s degree in Historical Studies at the University of Johannesburg, and holds an Honours degree in History from the same university (2019). His dissertation is about the institutional history of non-racial sporting boards, with a specific focus on the apartheid era South African Cricket Board of Control (SACBOC). Ruslan is a driven individual who is dedicated, hardworking, and meticulous in his work. He is a good listener and brings an emotional maturity to any professional setting. He is a team player who can also work independently. He believes in promoting social justice and creating a better society, particularly for the underprivileged. His interests include politics and sports such as tennis, cricket, and football. His hobbies include reading about history and science.