Rihanda Strydom, President of the Attorneys’ Association of the South Eastern Cape, 2018
“I am Port Elizabeth attorney, Rihanda Strydom, and I take great pride in securing the best possible outcomes for my clients. I strive for excellence and I credit my meticulous planning and carefully curated strategies for my litigation success. I believe my clients are my partners in each case and together we can overcome any hurdle in our path.”
Recently I was granted the honour of being appointed as the President of the Attorneys’ Association of the South Eastern Cape for the 2018 year.
Our clients and the the resolution of their disputes in compliance with the law are the reasons for our existence as a organization. We believe Strydom attorneys serve our clients by helping them achieve their best outcomes. Our firm exhibits an unrelenting drive to uncover and follow the best path to resolution. It is through the use of our expertise skills that we are able to deliver value for our clients.
Our vision is to provide our clients with skilled legal advice in a timely and efficient manner. We strive to handle each matter with accountability and responsiveness, as if we were representing ourselves. We focus our attention on the legal aspects so that our clients can rest assuredly knowing they are in good hands. Our vision reflects our values: integrity, service, excellence and teamwork.
INTEGRITY – We lead by example in all we do. We set the highest goals of honesty, ethics and integrity.
SERVICE – Our work is handled punctually and efficiently.
EXCELLENCE – Our work always reflects our best efforts. We strive continuously to improve.
TEAMWORK – We know that to achieve our client’s goals, we need to operate as a team. The best results are achieved through collaboration.
Who are we?
As we are a relatively small firm, we are able to give individual attention to our clients and forge client relationships which last many years. Our depth of expertise is augmented by the assistance of highly experienced consultants with whom we have support agreements.
Our advice and services will be a valuable asset to any of the firm’s clients.
I gained experience at various attorneys in Port Elizabeth before starting my own Practice:
- Ryno Scholtz Attorneys
- Kuban Chetty Attorneys
- Gouws Attorneys
I am an admitted attorney in the Grahamstown High Court.
I was appointed as an executive member of the Attorneys’ Association of the South Eastern Cape for the 2017 year.
President of the Attorneys’ Association of the South Eastern Cape 2018.
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