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Transformation

Transformation

Growing the Future

As proudly South African, De Beer Attorneys continues to be committed to the policy of sustainable transformation in all its spheres of operation. Transformation and gender equality strategies are a priority with black and female staff forming the majority of our staff complement.

De Beer Attorneys recognise that meeting the targets set by the Code of Good Practice is an important aspect in the context of contributing towards the broader economic transformation of South Africa to an integrated, balanced and growing society and economy.

De Beer Attorneys embodies the spirit of entrepreneurship. We strive to empower other businesses to grow by supporting preferential procurement policies, with a focus on small-to-medium enterprises.

We continually strive to ensure that we contribute to the development of our staff and the communities around us. Skilled individuals are key to our future success, and as such we focus on education and training in all our business initiatives.

De Beer Attorneys Incorporated is a Level 4 contributor in terms of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment scorecard.

Foreign agents can access a list of our Fees in South Africa here . Local clients are welcome to Contact Us  directly for an obligation free quote.

Please contact us for more information or an obligation free quote.

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