- A stunning young lawyer took to Twitter to share her amazing win in the Randburg Magistrate's Court
- Anathi Tshabe shared that she appeared in the court recently on behalf of a client and that the order was granted in her favour
- Many South Africans felt pride while reading her post and shared so in her replies section
We all love good news, especially if it's from one of our own. One lady made many South Africans feel all kinds of pride after she shared that she appeared in the Randburg Magistrate's Court as a candidate attorney and the order was granted in her favour.
Anathi Tshabe looks absolutely stunning in the picture she shared accompanying the post she shared to Twitter. Dressed in her cloak with a matching mask and standing outside the Randburg Magistrate's Court, she looks breathtaking.
Her post was shared yesterday afternoon and has already broken the 13 000 likes mark. She shared a second tweet stating that this was her first appearance in her legal career.
Take a look at her post below:
Here are some of the responses from Saffa tweeps:
"Well done babe. To many more wins."
"Congratulations, wish you many more wins. Always remember that many black people out there can’t afford legal fees, hope you will not forget to help them too. Keep growing dear."
Adv. Mthuthuzeli kaHadebe (LLB, LLM) with the handle @HadebeKa tweeted:
"Don't feel hard done by the L's you encountered, but take a leaf from every case and soldier on... Congratulations for the win and trust me its only the beginning."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a stunning woman who was admitted as an attorney in High Court of SA. A lawyer who goes by the social media handle of @DibetsoKgomotso revealed that she has been virtually sworn in virtually as an attorney in the South African High Court.
The stunning lawyer proves that one can have beauty and brains and has made South Africa proud, inspiring girls across the country. Briefly.co.za learned that she captioned her picture with the following:
"Today I was virtually admitted as an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa. Kwenzek’ismanga afezeka amaphupho."
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