Craig is a director in the Litigation department and leads the Specialised Recoveries team. This team is primarily tasked with debt collection for corporates and individuals alike. He is also an experienced attorney in criminal law. However, over the past five years, his practice has developed to focus more on general litigation where corporate entities form the basis of his client base.
Tim practices principally in the areas of contract and commercial law, public sector law and labour law. He provides commercial and other legal advice to large, medium and small businesses, entrepreneurs, tertiary educational institutions, municipalities, public entities and government departments.
Hiresen litigates extensively on behalf of the public sector and insurers, and has dealt with several high-profile, high-value matters. He brings an enthusiastic and practical approach to solving client problems, and has specialist skills in administrative, procurement, insurance and maritime law.
Nida Jooste is a director in our litigation department. Her practice has a strong focus on banking and finance law, foreclosures, specialised debt collection and disciplinary and regulatory compliance for legal practitioners. She has acted for clients in a variety of sectors and industries, including private individuals as well as commercial entities including Banks.
Nosipo Mgojo is a director of the Conveyancing Division. She joined the firm in 1997 and was admitted as an Attorney & Conveyancer in 1999 and as a Notary public in 2001. She is experienced in the registration of servitudes, local transfers, bonds and property development transfers.
Rob Pennefather attended Rhodes University to complete both BA and B Comm degrees. He graduated with a LLB from the University of Natal and worked as a partner at Brokensha Meyer & Partners. Rob has extensive experience and theoretical knowledge of Civil Procedure in both the High Court and the Magistrates Court.
Joe Askew, is a professional assistant in our Litigation Division.
Mdumseni Gambushe is an attorney at Venns having been so admitted in February 2022. He joined Venns as a candidate attorney in January 2020 and upon finishing his articles of clerkship he was retained in the Business Rescue, Insolvency, and general litigation team.
Nkululeko Mthembu was admitted as an attorney in 2022 after completing articles at Venns.
Asandile Ndlela was admitted as an attorney in 2022 after completing articles at Venns.
Mhlengi Ngcobo was admitted as an attorney in 2022 after completing articles at Venns.
Nonjabulo Nkabinde was admitted as an attorney in 2006.
Bakhulule Nomandwayi was admitted as an attorney in 2020 after completing articles at Venns.
Lervashni Padayachee was admitted as an attorney in 2022 after completing articles at Venns.
Wendy Shabalala is an Attorney in Venn's Litigation Department. She specialises in Road Accident Fund, Medical malpractice matters. Wendy was admitted in August 2020.