Areas Of Practice:
Access to Children, Administrative Law, Antenuptial Contracts, Association Agreements, Bail, Bail (24hrs / After Hours), Childrens Rights, Civil, Collections, Commercial Drafting, Contracts, Conveyancing, Corporate, Criminal, Custody, Deceased Estates, Divorce, Due Diligence Audits, Employee Benefits, Employment Equity, Employment Law, Estates, Evictions, Family Law, High Court Practice, Land Claims, Leases, Litigation (Civil), Litigation (Criminal), Matrimonial, Partnership Agreements, Road Accident Fund claim / 3rd Party claim, Shareholders Agreements, State Negligence, Trusts, Unlawful Arrest, Wills
Suite 104, 1st Floor, Klamson Towers, 151 Cnr of Commissioner & Von Welligh Street, Johannesburg, 2001. Tel: 010 065 1797
Zungu Incorporated is a medium sized, wholly black owned law firm which provides legal services to individuals, associations, groups, trusts, commercial clients, as well as government departments.
Our scope of duties is adapted to the requirements of the client which includes inter arlia:
- Handling of day to general legal inquiries;
- Attending to Coordinating meetings to discuss outstanding legal matters and to submit short presentations on developments, which affect client and its business;
- Providing regular progress reports and feed back to clients in the manner they prefer;
- Wide range of flexible service and fee agreements tailored to suite client’s budget.
From its humble beginnings, the firm has had a recognized national foot-print with huge success in cases it has handle for its clients. It is one of the very few well-recognized black law firms in South Africa. We are confident that we will continue to render superior professional and cost-effective legal services that will meet and exceed our client’s expectations.
The firm has a fee structure that can be negotiated with each client to suite his or her needs. When negotiating our fees, we take into account the individual’s financial circumstances, the nature of the matter, its urgency, its importance and the impact that may arise on individual’s justice if such services would not be accessed under such extremely poor financial conditions he or she faces.
Monday to Friday: 8 a.m to 4 p.m (Excluding Public Holidays)