Legally Speaking: Pan African Bar Association of SA set to launch 1st school of Advocates

The Pan African Bar Association of South Africa, Pabasa is set to launch the very first school of Advocates. The school will be named after late former chief justice Pius Langa, who died in Johannesburg on the 24th of July 2013. Mr Langa served in various capacities in the justice department. During the 1980s and early 1990s, he served in the structures of the United Democratic Front, he was also a founding member of the "Release Mandela Committee" and a member of the reception committees tasked to secure the release of political prisoners. That is a bit of background on who former chief justice Pius Langa was. But who are Pan African Bar Association of SA? And how will some of the country's leading advocates at Pabasa, redress the lack of transformation and other challenges in the legal fraternity?

GUEST: Advocate, Muzi Sikhakhane, a leading legal practitioner and co-founder of the Pan African Bar Association. He is also the lawyer of former President Jacob Zuma