Doris Tshepe became the Commissioner of the Competition Commission of South Africa on 01 September 2022. A former competition law practitioner representing clients in several significant competition cases, Commissioner Tshepe had been active in the competition field for many years and brings her wide experience on matters relating to the mandate of the Competition Commission. This includes deep insights into advising the government on competition law reforms. Commissioner Tshepe holds a B Proc degree, an LLB degree, and an LLM degree in Tax Law. She has been a practicing attorney for more than 20 years specializing in constitutional and administrative law, legislative drafting, media and communication law, commercial law, competition law, and employment law with a wide range of public and private sector clients. She served on an Advisory Panel on the major amendments to the Competition Act, which was signed into law by South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, in 2019. She served as the Managing Director at a prominent law firm, Cheadle Thompson and Haysom Inc (CTH) until 30 June 2018 and is a member of the Judicial Services Commission (JSC). Doris was centrally involved in the drafting of a number of legislations, including the Liquor Amendment Bill, the Use of Official Languages Act and its draft Regulations, the Special Economic Zones Act and its Regulations, Standards legislation for the Department of Trade and Industry, Gauteng Shared Service Agency Bill, Regulations in terms of the Media Development and Diversity Agency Act, 2002, Further Education and Training Bill, 2003 for the Gauteng Department of Education, including regulations in terms of this Bill, Code of conduct for governing bodies of public schools in Gauteng. Furthermore, Doris provided advice on various labour legislation, including the Employment Equity Act, Labour Relations Act, and the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, including drafting various human resources policies including terms and conditions of employment, HIV/AIDS policies, electronic communications policies, and grievance and disciplinary policies. Doris was also intricately involved in the establishment of the Media Development and Diversity Agency, including advising it on various corporate governance policies and agreements with various funders.