Young thought leaders

Becoming a legal practitioner is the best way to fight for vulnerable people

For the November Young Thought Leader feature column, De Rebus spoke to Wian Spies who was born in Pretoria. He is the eldest of four children. In 2012, he started […]

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Everyone is protected by the law, and everyone should protect the law

In this month’s issue we feature Hilde Eksteen, a young legal practitioner based in Gauteng. Ms Eksteen was born in 1990 in Roodepoort. Her mother is an educator and father […]

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The law is a tool to change society in one way or the other

In this month’s Young Thought Leader feature, De Rebus news reporter, Kgomotso Ramotsho spoke to Masai Buthane from Limpopo. Mr Buthane was born in Mokopane and grew up in Lephalale. […]

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Promoting gender equality in the legal profession is essential

By Kgomotso Ramotsho Legal administrator Busisiwe Beverly Zwane, was born in Pretoria, and grew up in Dennilton and Witbank. Ms Zwane attended Hoërskool Patriot and after completing matric, she proceeded […]

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A legal profession where rules are not only read in books, but are practised and adhered to

Shandukani Mudau is a 28-year-old candidate legal practitioner and former President of the Black Lawyers Association Student Chapter National Executive Committee (BLA-SC NEC). Ms Mudau was born in Vyeboom village […]

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The legal profession is highly competitive and unforgiving to black females

    In this month’s Young Thought Leaders feature, De Rebus news reporter, Kgomotso Ramotsho, spoke to legal practitioner Palesa Ledwaba, who was recently appointed as the Managing Director at […]

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Young leader envisages a legal profession that will account to its members

In this series of feature articles, we will be focusing on young legal practitioners who want to be a part of change, who are vocal and passionate about the transformation […]

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