Eversheds Sutherland enters into joint venture agreement with Nozuko Nxusani Incorporated
04 Oct 2018
We are delighted to announce the conclusion of our joint venture agreement with Nozuko Nxusani Incorporated. The signing of the agreement took place at our Heritage Day function that was held at The Campus in Bryanston on the 21 September 2018.
Nozuko Nxusani Incorporated has offices based in East London and Johannesburg. They specialise in Corporate and Commercial Law, General Litigation, Conveyancing and Notarial, Municipal Law, Estates and Labour Law. One of the objectives of the joint venture is to identify new or existing clients that will benefit from the two firms pooling their respective expertise.
We are proud to be associated with Nozuko Nxusani Incorporated and look forward to what the future holds for this new venture.
Themba Khumalo, Partner from Eversheds Sutherland comments:
“We are delighted to have concluded the joint venture agreement with Nozuko Nxusani Incorporated (“Nozuko”) which is a 100% black woman owned law firm.
We are optimistic that our diverse capabilities and similar values, will greatly benefit our clients. The primary focus of the joint venture will be the transfer of skills and drawing on resources from the respective organizations to acquire new clients. It also presents each party with opportunities of moving into new markets”.
Selemo Makubung, Managing Director from Nozuko Nxusani Incorporated comments:
“The joint venture between Nozuko Nxusani Incorporated and Eversheds Sutherland brings us great delight and is exciting for us and we look forward to a fruitful and ground breaking journey. We acknowledge the footprint that Eversheds Sutherland has in South Africa and abroad.
We are confident and we believe that this partnership will enable both parties to best serve their clients through our shared experience, skills and capabilities and will provide us with the exposure that we have long anticipated”.
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