Is a legal talk show where a well seasoned lawyer Ada Ama Njoku discusses various legal topics with other expert lawyers. It’s an educational program
that informs with the aim of educating the viewers about their legal rights. The lawyers are top-notch lawyers, legal representatives, legal aides, and
Judges from around the country. We have had the honor of interviewing Judge Thokozile Masipa, and Lisa Chamberlain. Also owners, associate partners, or
top partners in their firms have had their say on the show. These lawyers come to educate us more on the provisions that the law makes that favor or
don't favor the people.
These legal rights includes; consumer's rights is one in which a consumer if after buying a product is not satisfied with the product can return it.
Or if a consumer signs a contract under duress can go to a court of law and have that contract nullified. There are so many laws and policies in place
that favor consumers and because they are not aware they are being taken for granted. There are rights that domestic workers have, there are rights that
mine workers have. The lawyers on the show tell the people where they can go to lay their claims, and how to go about it. Some lawyers on the show go as
far as offering free consultations to anyone that has issues regarding the topic matter. International and local trending cases are also analysed on the
show like the notorious cases of Oscar Pristorius and Flabba. The legal implications that also face the country is also discussed like the State Capture
Report and the fees must fall movement. All these legal issues and more are discussed on this show. Some topics are also discussed based on demand from
viewers. The show has a huge follower ship on Kings chat LoveWorldSat super user, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and twitter. The show goes live every
Tuesday by 6pm sharp.
The presenter is Ada Ama-Njoku The Senior Legal Advisor & Head of Legal Research Tocchae Holdings (Pty) Ltd.
Ada Ama-Njoku and her two guests who are Attorneys at Phillips Silver Swartz Attorneys discuss the death of 94 mentally
ill patients that were moved from the life health care Esidimeni Hospital to several charitable organisations (hospitals).
The discussion was based on who should be held accountable for the deaths. The guests said that the Department of Health and not the judiciary should be held accountable.
They also discussed how the Hospitals and the doctors at those hospitals that the patients were transferred to will be vicariously liable. Watch and Enjoy.
Ada Ama-Njoku and her host Keabetswe Seate Associate at MNS Attorneys discussed the procurement laws in operation in South Africa and the scrutiny of tender applications.
They looked at some of the legislation that govern tenders starting with the Constitution. Keabetswe said that the legislation is industry specific but every tender is governed by principles