SABWiL Times Issue 5

By | 10th November 2019

Salutations Luminaries, Comrades and Friends


Malibongwe! Halala! South African Rugby shifts paradigms. Three world cups affirm our glory. We are a champion nation. Victorious, Captain Siya Kolisi impresses: ‘A lot of us in South Africa just need an opportunity.” 2019 Rugby World Cup


Undoubtedly, if we toil to actualise Dignity, Equality and Freedoms, the founding values of our Constitution as espoused in section 1, Act 108 of 1996, lives in and through us.

Vuk’uzenzele. Ubuntu.


SABWiL Hogan Lovells Clinic

LLB graduate Meagan Ruthman, joined by our aspirant lawyers Mercy Masunda, Mishka Hansraj and Njabulo Vuma, delights in serving the Evaton community led by Luminary Attorney Candice Pillay and the Hogan Lovells team. Dignity, equality and freedoms are infused in the conversations of the day as the formalities of the Wills Act No. 7 of 1953, take life. When last have we updated our last testaments? Are our wills even valid? Do we perhaps believe we have no need of this as yet? Is facing death and our mortality the secret dissuasion? Wathint’abafazi wathint’imbokodo.


#SS25 SABWiL Shadowing

Aspirant lawyers Nthabiseng Nkopane and Clement Mabasa are welcomed into Swartz Attorneys, a firm with infinite expertise in medico-legal practice. Herein lay the genesis for Nthabiseng’s passion for medical law. She now chooses final year electives differently, having been moved deeply by her time with Swartz Attorneys.


Halala Clement for maximising opportunity after opportunity. Prior to #SS25 Clement served for two Saturdays in Dobsonville and Kagiso Clinics led by Attorney Candice Pillay.


Our youth relish each moment in the care of Swartz Attorneys. We applaud seasoned Attorney Denise Swartz for leading the programme. Letter writing, consultation techniques, case reading, drafting, ethics, court and hospital visits and so much more became orders of these days. Every person embodying Swartz Attorneys touched the hearts and minds of our youth. No words can express the value of imparting skills to our incoming generation of lawyers. Soar Nthabiseng and Clement! Do us proud. Dignity, as espoused in section 10 of the Constitution, Act 108 of 1996, lives in #SS25 in the care of Luminary Attorney Swartz. Igama lamakhosikazi malibongwe.


Malibongwe, Luminaries. Thank you. Without giving hearts, we are but nought. Halala, Youth in Law. Indeed, Luck= (Preparation + Opportunity) = Success.


Adv. Ayesha and President Madillo
SABWiL Founder, CEO and Alumni President


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