Entries by Tiyani Majoko

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What do careers after a pandemic look like?

On Tuesday 21 April, my friend and former colleague TK Mcopele of TK of Africa Change Convenor held an important conversation on Instagram Live titled “Jobs and Career Planning now and in the future”. TK was joined by the phenomenal Eva Gush, who also happens to be a former colleague of mine. Both ladies are passionate […]

Make the Shift with the Legal Werk

  We are excited to announce that the Legal Werk is launching a podcast. For those that are new to our platform, the Legal Werk is a network for legal professionals with the goal of building a community for lawyers, advocates, judges, legal advisors, students, and educators. The aim of the platform is to create […]

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Werk Crush Wednesday: Zama Mokobi

Meet this week’s WCW, Zamaswazi Mokobi. Having worked with Zama in my previous life I can attest that her calm demeanour and quiet grace have a way of making the most chaotic situations completely manageable. Zama studied law at Rhodes University in South Africa and has been practicing law since 2013. She is a corporate […]

8 Essential Services For Women in Law

    When I moved to New York I was dreading the task of finding a new place to get my brows threaded (I didn’t- I bought blades instead), and a hairdresser (I didn’t- I find a lot of DIY styles on Youtube). I was chatting with a friend, from Indonesia, who is also in […]

How Lawyers Can Work From Home

  I am so excited to finally interview my co-founder and partner at Lawgistics, her name is Zani! We met at the University of Pretoria in 2007 with chubby cheeks and eyes full of dreams. After working as associates in Big Law, we left to start Lawgistcs in 2015 and there is no one else […]

Creating A Culture of Innovation

Innovation is something that is so much fun to talk about because from your couch (or carpet) you can imagine a whole new world. You get to be as outlandish as the bounds of your imagination allow and there are no constraints on resources, everyone cooperates and the slicker the Powerpoint transitions – the greater […]