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Dube, Manikai & Hwacha
6th Floor Gold Bridge
Robert Mugabe Way
Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel: +263-4-780351
Fax: +263-4-780350

Email: muchada@dmh.co.zw
Web: www.dmh.co.zw

Johannes joined the DMH team in July 2002 and was admitted to practise law in September 2002.

Until 2004 Johannes’s area of practice was general civil law.

In 2005, Johannes started to pursue his keen interests in commercial and corporate law in general, drafting and reviewing agreements, tax law, banking and financial services.

He is currently in the final part of his studies for a Masters in Business Administration Degree.

Johannes is also an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe.

Dube, Manikai & Hwacha:

The law firm of Dube, Manikai and Hwacha (DMH) opened its doors to clients on 1 June 1998. It currently consists of eight (8) Partners, three (3) Associates and thirty-seven (37) Support Staff. The firm is known for delivering holistic legal solutions, professionally, promptly and in a cost efficient manner. The firm is composed of well known legal personalities within the legal profession and draws freely from a span of over hundred (100) years legal experience that the Partners and their Associates collectively bring to the practice.

The firm offers a wide range boutique of corporate services to mature and emerging markets. This purpose is reflected in the structure, membership and the growth strategies which the firm drives.

DMH has structured and staffed its operations, under a Managing Partner, to meet the demands of contemporary commercial and general practice.

DMH is an international law firm, whose work has spanned the entire globe in terms of activity, with foot-prints in the SADC region, West Africa, East Africa, the UK, USA, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Europe and Russia. The firm is a correspondent of law firms in the United Kingdom, South Africa, United States of America, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi and Botswana.


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