Commitment to transformation
The firm views Black Economic Empowerment as a fundamental pre-requisite for the long-term development and stability of the South-African Economy and wishes to play an active role in this regard.
Measures taken by the firm
We are proud to announce that we are in the second generation of black ownership in our firm.
The firm appointed Mr. Tsita Lyster Mofolo as a director. Mr. Mofolo (B.Proc, LLB (Wits) was admitted as an attorney in 2000 and joined the firm in November 2005 as a Professional Assistant. Before joining the firm Mr. Mofolo was an attorney with the Legal Aid Board, Phuthaditjaba Justice Centre.
Sadly Mr. Mofolo passed away in 2018 after being associated with our firm for longer than 15 years.
After a strenuous recruitment process the firm has taken the decision to partner with Mrs. Tshavhungwe Penelope Ramashidzha (LLB) who was appointed as Director of the firm in 2019.
Liebenberg Malan Liezel Horn Inc. is committed to contribute to the skills development of its historically disadvantaged staff and by doing so contribute in improving their productivity and competitiveness in the workplace.
Liebenberg Malan Liezel Horn Inc. is also making a bursary available to one deserving student who is from a historically disadvantaged background to further his or her studies.
The Law Society of South-Africa (LSSA) is in the process of drafting a transformation charter which will address problematical areas experienced by the legal profession with regard to the codes of good practice as published by the Department of Trade and Industry.
Questions relating to Ownership, Management and what comprises Preferential Procurement in relation to the legal profession will be addressed in the charter. Once published and adopted the firm will re-allign its BEE plan and objectives accordingly.
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