Nelisa Sishuba

Nelisa was born and raised in Stellenbosch and Matriculated from Rhenish Girls’ High School. She graduated from the University of Cape Town with a Bachelor of Social Sciences Degree in Psychology and Organisational Psychology as well as a Bachelor of Laws Degree. She is an admitted Attorney of the High Court and a Notary Public.

Nelisa has experience within the litigation department at DKVG where she has handled Civil and Criminal law matters, Matrimonial and Family law, including Surrogacy matters, both in the Magistrate and the High Court. She looks forward to working in property law through the Conveyancing Department and to using this experience to drive social change how disadvantaged communities acquire and transfer properties. Nelisa is an avid reader and enjoys trying different foods and dining experiences around Cape Town. She also enjoys spending time in the outdoors with her dog, Panther.

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