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PABASA Tshwane Chambers (Loftus Park)

Arcadia, Pretoria East, Gauteng

Professional Association

Building A, 6th Floor
Loftus Park
402 Kirkness Street
Pretoria East
City of Tshwane
Contact Number
012 023 0811
[email protected]

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We are the TSHWANE Chapter of PABASA with chambers at LOFTUS PARK, PRETORIA.

PABASA Tshwane Chambers is located at the Loftus Park Shopping Centre in ArcadiaPretoria, situated next to the renowned Loftus Versfeld Stadium and is the 1st advocates group formed under the auspices of the Legal Practice Act 28 of 2014 and the 1st group in and around Pretoria, to occupy chambers independently and advocating for the rights of the previously disadvantaged groups of people.

We pride ourselves in having competent, hard-working and ethical advocates, both senior and junior counsel. We espouse the “excellence, independence, equality” motto of PAN AFRICAN BAR ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (“PABASA”) through the provision of effective advocacy, quality access to justice and championing the values of the Constitution.

The Pan African Bar Association of South Africa (PABASA) is a national voluntary association of advocates, enrolled as such in accordance with the Legal Practice Act, 2014 (LPA). PABASA is a representative of the advocates’ profession with its primary purpose to maintain professional standards amongst its members and liaise on behalf of its members with the statutory regulatory body for legal practitioners, the Legal Practice Council.

In carrying out this role, PABASA’s overarching purpose is to provide an environment in which Black advocates, in particular, can grow and thrive.   PABASA’s membership is committed to independence, professionalism, excellence, the promotion of democracy and gender equality.  In addition, we are committed to practicing our profession in a non-racist, non-sexist and open environment.

Central to PABASA’s value proposition is the dismantling of patriarchy and the achievement of gender equality within the advocates profession.  To do so, we aim to build a professional environment that is welcoming to all our members, regardless of their gender or sexual orientation. The PABASA constitution therefore provides for a gender balance across its membership, and the policies of the Association include measures to prohibit sexist and discriminatory conduct within the profession.


Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 16:30
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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