Fundile is an advocate of the high court and a member of the Johannesburg bar. He has a labour law background but runs a wide-ranging litigation practice. Fundile has represented clients in the High Court, Magistrates Court, the Labour Court, at the CCMA and in internal disciplinary hearings. He also chairs disciplinary and grievance hearings, and regularly conducts workplace investigations for various corporates and institutions.
Before his call to the bar, Fundile practiced as an attorney. He gained considerable experience in the labour & employment law, commercial litigation and corporate & commercial areas of practice.
Fundile holds a Bachelor of Social Science (BSocSc) in Law and Political & International Studies, as well as a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), both from Rhodes University.
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