We provide a full spectrum of litigation services in the superior courts, the lower courts, and in arbitration proceedings.
We currently act for Transnet in a Review Application, where we seek to set aside and declare the Locomotive Supply Agreement unlawful. The Agreement relates to the acquisition of Transnet’s 1064 locomotives transaction with a value of R54billion.
We have also represented the RAF at the Constitutional Court to defend the constitutionality of section 23 (2)(b) and (c) of the Road Accident Fund Act 56 of 1996.The section regulates the suspension of prescription of claims of persons who are mentally impaired, detained and under curatorship.
We currently appointed to defend CoJ in a complex arbitration dispute regarding the Portfolio of Assets (Sinking Fund) worth circa R3 Billion.
The dispute relates to two claims, one for services rendered in an amount of R12 841 989 and for the future contractual damages that relate to outperformance fee in an amount of R46 744 295.
Both parties are required to appoint Actuaries to unravel amongst others the true value of the Portfolio of Assets.
– LLB – University of Zululand
Feziwe has extensive experience in litigious matters arising from various areas of law, including administrative law, contractual law, employment law and medical malpractice.