Taurai joined the firm in October 2015 as a graduate intern. He became an Associate in November 2016. He holds an LLB Degree and a Bachelor of Social Science Degree from Rhodes University. He was on the Dean’s List on academic merits. His main areas of interest and focus are conducting due diligence investigations, conducting forensic investigations into allegations of non-compliance with internal policies and local anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws, compliance with the local financial regulatory framework. Other areas of interest include: Tax and Estate Planning, Intellectual Property, Commercial Litigation and Labour Law.
Tendero Makanga joined the firm in February 2017 as a graduate intern. She became a Professional Assistant in July 2017. Tendero holds a first class LLB (Hons) Degree from the University of Zimbabwe. She was on the University of Zimbabwe and the Law Society of Zimbabwe academic merit list. Her areas of interest are Commercial law, Intellectual Property law, Succession law, Labour law and civil litigation.
Nyasha joined Kantor & Immerman in December 2016, and became an Associate in January 2018 following his registration as a Legal Practitioner. Nyasha has a keen interest in corporate and commercial law, banking law, corporate governance, investment law and commercial dispute resolution (by way of both arbitration and litigation). Nyasha has been involved in the advising of several local and international entities on various aspects of employment, banking and tax law in Zimbabwe. Most recently, Nyasha participated in the proposed secondary listing of a ZSE-listed entity on the London Stock Exchange AIM. Nyasha has also co-published pieces in leading Zimbabwean business publications. Nyasha holds an LLB from the University of the Witwatersrand and an LLM in International Commercial and Business Law from the University of East Anglia, UK (with distinction).
Tatenda holds Bachelor of Arts in Law and LL.B degrees both obtained from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. He Joined Kantor & Immerman as a graduate intern in 2017 and became an Associate in January 2019 following his registration as a Legal Practitioner. His areas of interest include but are not limited to Employment Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Family Law and Administration of Estates and Civil Litigation. He has also developed a keen interest for Drafting and Reviewing various agreements for Non-Governmental Organisations more commonly referred to as Private Voluntary Organisations in the Zimbabwean legal space. Recently, Tatenda was acknowledged by the World Bank Group as a Global Contributor for the Doing Business 2019: Training for Reform report, a publication which was launched on the 31st of October 2018 with great success and extensive media coverage. In his spare time Tatenda plays competitive squash and tennis for a local Sports Club.
Thabiso holds an LLB (Hons) Degree from the University of Zimbabwe where she graduated in 2015. She was admitted into practice in October 2015. Thabiso started her career at the Judicial Service Commission as a Professional Research Assistant to Judges of the Constitutional and Supreme Courts, Zimbabwe in December 2015. From February 2018 to December 2018, she doubled as a Professional Research Assistant to the Chief Justice of Zimbabwe and as the Acting Senior Professional Research Officer-in-Charge of the Research Department in the two superior courts.
Thabiso trained as a Magistrate for two months before leaving the Judicial Service Commission. She then joined the firm as a Legal Intern in March 2019 and became an Associate in January 2020. Her areas of interest are labour law, general civil litigation, family law and constitutional law.
Takudzwa is a holder of a Bachelor of Law (Hons) degree from the University of Zimbabwe. He joined Kantor & Immerman as a graduate intern in June 2019 upon completion of his studies. Takudzwa was registered as a legal practitioner, notary public and conveyancer in November 2019. He became an associate in January 2020. His areas of interest include constitutional law, family law, employment law, corporate and commercial law and intellectual property law as well as general civil and criminal litigation. Takudzwa is an enthusiastic writer who has also published in Zimbabwean publications like the Zimbabwe Legal Information Institute (Zimlii). He is an avid football fan who also enjoys playing the sport.