Much of Africa's renewable energy potential remains untapped and the scope for growth could create investment opportunities across the continent. Could geothermal energy be the solution to Africa's energy crisis?
Lisa Dutiro is a Candidate Attorney in the Projects, Real Estate and Corporate practice groups. Lisa obtained her LLB (Cum Laude) from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2017, where she achieved the yearly Dean’s List status throughout her time at the University and is a noted member of the Golden Key International Honours Society. As a determined, aspirant lawyer, Lisa seeks to one day break legal ground in Africa and lead landmark transactions that assist in accelerating the promotion and advancement of economic development in the region.
Experience has included advising:
- As a team member, a British nickel mine company in respect of a conducting a legal due diligence on behalf proposed acquisition of a Zimbabwean mining company
- As a team member, various international clients in obtaining exchange control approval
- As a team member, both international and local clients in respect of legal opinions on a variety of corporate, real estate and regulatory and compliance as well as mining and environmental matters
- As a team member, commercial and residential properties in Zimbabwe in drafting of lease agreements, sale agreements as well as cession agreements regarding sale and purchases
- As a team member, international clients in obtaining merger approval with the Competition and Tariffs Commission
- As a team member, various international clients in drafting necessary corporate documents for various mergers and acquisitions
- Currently in the conversion process towards registering with the Law Society of Zimbabwe
- University of the Witwatersrand, LLB (Cum laude) (2017)
- Golden Key International Honors Society
Global efforts to eradicate dependency on finite fossil fuels have ushered renewable sources of energy to into the spotlight.
Pension funds are investment pools that provide their members with retirement income.
The Zimbabwean Competition and Tariffs Commission (the “CTC”) is a statutory body which is established under the new Competition Act [Chapter 14:28] (the “Competition Act”).