The courts and our legal system at large have become the battleground for political struggle. We don’t have to look far before seeing that, especially in the past few weeks with the state capture inquiry taking centre stage in the political landscape. One of South Africa’s finest legal minds, Advocate Michelle Le Roux, has firsthand experience with this, as she details in her new book, ‘Lawfare – Judging Politics in South Africa’ and moreso, being Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan’s legal representative, in this week’s edition of The Burning Platform. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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18.04.19 Pt 2 – The courts and our legal system at large have become the battleground for political struggle. We don’t have to look far before seeing that, especially in the past few weeks with the state capture inquiry taking centre stage in the political landscape. One of South Africa’s finest legal minds, Advocate Michelle Le Roux, has firsthand experience with this, as she details in her new book, ‘Lawfare – Judging Politics in South Africa’ and moreso, being Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan’s legal representative, in this week’s edition of The Burning Platform.

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Priscilla looks like one of those slick lawyers you see on TV, except she’s the real thing. Originally from Hermannsburg, a German area in KZN, she completed a Bachelor of Law Degree at Wits University in 2011, joined Fluxmans to do her articles and has been with them ever since. She is a senior associate attorney with Right of Appearance in the High Court of South Africa, specialising in all forms of dispute resolution. She has experience in Magistrates’ Court procedures, High Court procedures, arbitrations, family law and tax law. She keeps the balance with being an active hiker, baker and all-round adventurer.

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When it comes to partnering with corporations and high network individuals, providing a complete service across industries for their legal requirements, Jerome Levitz is your man! Graduating from Wits with a BA degree and LLB (UNISA) in 1993, Jerome was admitted as a Commissioner of the Small Claims Court in 2012 and joined Fluxmans and became a Director in 2003. His areas of expertise include commercial and civil litigation, criminal law, mining litigation and telecommunications litigation. Jerome keeps grounded by spending time with his wife and two beautiful daughters.

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Channel your inner lawyer as we take a look at some of your rights on the road. From renewing your driver’s licence, to being breathalysed, to illegal towing… we cover all the fine print on this episode of Smart Driving – powered by King Price.

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A dedicated husband and father of two, Darryn doesn’t look like a typical lawyer. He’s a fanatical football fan and lifelong supporter of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, and he has also been a specialist labour lawyer for a long time, having joined Fluxmans back in 1997. Darryn enjoys the dynamic and evolving nature of Labour Law, and represents his clients at employment law tribunals (CCMA) and the Labour Court, having been involved in a many challenging and diverse cases. He also plays the guitar!

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Daniel Baron claims David Guetta plagiarised his hit single ‘Children of the Sun’ – he reveals the story on The Gareth Cliff Show. Plus he spills all the details of his recent engagement.

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No one tells a story quite like Costa Carides! He is the man you want to be sitting next to at a dinner party, sure to enthral you with his knowledge of history to his love for baking. He qualified at the University of Witwatersrand with a BA in 1969 and Bachelor of Laws in 1970. Soon after, he was led to joining Fluxmans in 1984, now being one of the longest serving directors at the firm. And once he gets going on his areas of expertise in Commercial Law, Corporate Law, Estate Agency Law, Joint Ventures, and Mergers and Acquisitions, you’ll see why he has been making waves in the world of law for many years.

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Gareth Cliff and PigSpotter sit down with Howard Dembovsky, chairman of the Justice Project of South Africa (JPSA), to discuss the AARTO amendment bill. Are we in for another E-toll fiasco, or is AARTO paving the way for a safer SA? We’ve got the scoop. Smart Driving is powered by King Price.

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While Steven Fisher was still figuring out what he wanted to do when he grew up, he became a specialist in Property law – including conveyancing and commercial property work. After completing his articles, he joined Werksmans where he remained for 10 years. Steven was appointed as a director in 1999 and moved to Fluxmans 2004. An committed family man, avid road runner and volunteer for community projects, Steven says he’s still not sure what he wants to do when he grows up!

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