Lungile Mazwai is the co-founder and partner at Ledwaba Mazwai. He is a leading Commercial and Civil Litigator for corporate and governmental institutions, as well as State-Owned entities which work closely with commercial clients.
As a seasoned professional, he has particular experience in Drafting, Reviewing and Commenting on Commercial documents and transactions, inter-alia Memoranda of Incorporation, and Shareholder Agreements.
He has extensive knowledge in privatisation and/or restructuring of public entities in the forestry, airline, and automotive industries.
In recent years, Lungile has been instrumental in providing Legal Advice to Public Private Partnership projects, Concessions and Infrastructure Development projects in various industries including health, water, and correctional services.
Gauteng Provincial Government and Gautrain Management Agency,
Department of Energy – Independent Power Producers Office,
Gauteng Growth and Development Agency SOC Limited,
KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government [excluding procurement work
City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality,
Statistics South Africa,
Department of Correctional Services,
Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa SOC Limited,
Transnet SOC Limited, and
Department of Health – National and Limpopo.
Ledwaba Mazwai was established in 1996 in pursuit of the ideal to build a successful black-owned commercial law firm.
Based in Nieuw Muckleneuk, Pretoria, Ledwaba Mazwai is a motivated and hardworking team of lawyers, administrative and support staff.
We are committed to providing services of consistent high professional standards without compromising on the quality of our work and commitment to our clients.
Today, the firm has become a symbol of pride, excellence and the capabilities of black legal practitioners as a collective.
In the early nineties, as a result of the marginalisation and discriminatory practices that are part of the history of South Africa, black lawyers in South Africa were confined to the areas of Matrimonial Law, Criminal Law and Personal Injury matters.
Despite these challenges, two young law students shared an aspiration of creating a black-owned and operated Commercial Law firm – a pioneering firm that would provide an uncompromised standard of commercial legal services to compete with the established white law firms of the time.
Two young visionaries, Metja Ledwaba and Lungile Mazwai were determined to establish a dynamic law firm, in order to showcase the capabilities and excellence of black legal practitioners in areas of legal practice they were historically excluded from.
It was this ideal that saw the founding partners of Ledwaba Mazwai receiving their training in established law firms. This would give them a solid grounding in Commercial Law practice and corporate clients.