Change in LSSA Vice-President position

June 25th, 2019
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Mabaeng Denise Lenyai has been elected as the new Vice-President of the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA). Ms Lenyai was deployed by the Black Lawyers Association (BLA).

By Nomfundo Jele

Mabaeng Denise Lenyai has been elected as the new Vice-President of the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA). Ms Lenyai was deployed by the Black Lawyers Association (BLA).

Ms Lenyai is an attorney and director at Mabaeng Lenyai Inc in Pretoria. Ms Lenyai holds the BProc and LLB degrees from the University of Limpopo and the University of KwaZulu-Natal respectively, and has attended the Judicial Skills Training course.

Ms Lenyai was admitted as an attorney in 1998 and is also a notary and conveyancer. She has been a council member of the LSSA since 2015. She was also the Chairperson of the BLA, North West branch for four years and, since 2018 she has been a member of the National Executive Council of the BLA, where she heads the events and campaigns portfolio. She is also a council member of the Community Education Training Centre in Mmakau and she is a legal adviser for Motsweding FM.

The other Vice-President of the LSSA is Jan van Rensburg and Mvuzo Notyesi is the President.

Nomfundo Jele, Communications Officer, Law Society of South Africa, nomfundom@lssa.org.za