Women in law

Stay the course and finish what you start

In this issue, De Rebus News Reporter, Kgomotso Ramotsho spoke to legal practitioner, Tshepo Shabangu, about her journey in the legal profession as a female legal practitioner and her role […]

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Women’s core struggle is against the values that drive our entire society and economic system

This month in our Women in Law column, we feature legal practitioner, Ugeshnee Naicker, who was born in the seaside town of Port Shepstone, located on the east coast of […]

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Leaving behind a legacy, where the legal system and society recognises women as individuals with their own rights

For the September Women in Law Feature, De Rebus news reporter, Kgomotso Ramotsho, interviewed legal practitioner and Director of the Women’s Legal Centre (WLC), Seehaam Samaai. Ms Samaai is a […]

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Young women must go out into the world and exceed their own goals

In this month’s Women in Law article, De Rebus news reporter, Kgomotso Ramotsho, spoke to legal practitioner and Chairperson of the Legal Practitioners’ Fidelity Fund (LPFF), Peppy Kekana, about her […]

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Young legal practitioners must work hard and remain consistent

De Rebus News Reporter, Kgomotso Ramotsho, spoke to legal practitioner and Vice-President of the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA), Eunice Masipa. Ms Masipa originally hails from Polokwane in the […]

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Access to justice in family law field is lacking

  Joanne Anthony-Gooden is a divorce and family law legal practitioner who was born and bred in Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth), was recently appointed Vice-President of the Law Society of […]

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Breaking the glass ceiling in the legal profession

    By Isabel Joubert The newly elected President of the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA), Mabaeng Lenyai, has certainly broken the glass ceiling in the legal profession when […]

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Women should be visible and show their competency

  Rehana Khan Parker is a 61-year-old legal practitioner, practising in the Western Cape for the past 29 years. Ms Parker was born in Cape Town, she is the eldest […]

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With her energy and zest to serve, Baitseng Rangata, stands on shoulders of remarkable women

  In our March issue for our Women in Law feature article, our news reporter, Kgomotso Ramotsho, speaks to legal practitioner and founder of the BR Rangata Attorneys, Baitseng Rangata. […]

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Laws oppressing women need to be amended or repealed

For our January/February Women in Law feature article, we spoke to legal practitioner and South African Women Lawyers Association (SAWLA) President, Nomaswazi Shabangu-Mndawe. Ms Shabangu-Mndawe hails from a small town […]

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