Sbu Gule is Global co-Chair of Norton Rose Fulbright and the Chairman of our South Africa practice. He focuses on employment and labour law and immigration.
He represents major corporate clients based locally and overseas in all economic sectors as well as government and parastatals in all areas of Employment and Labour Law and Immigration Law. Sibusiso has vast experience in advising on all employment aspects arising from business sales, restructurings and shutdowns. He has been involved in Labour and Employment Law for more than 20 years and has written articles on the subject, some of which have been published in newspapers including the Sunday Times, Business Day and other law journals. He has been involved in landmark cases reported in Labour and employment law reports and has gained experience in litigation in the Magistrate’s Court and the High Court, as well as in commercial matters. He has acted as a judge in the Labour Court and has sat as an assessor in the High Court.
Sibusiso is a graduate of the University of KwaZulu-Natal (formerly University of Natal) where he obtained BA LLB degrees. He was appointed as a director in 2001. Before joining the practice he was a partner in a firm which was one of the leading black labour and employment law firms in Kwa-Zulu Natal. He is a member of the Supervisory Board of our South African practice. He is also a member the Candidate Attorneys Recruitment Committee, and a chairman of the Transformation Consultative Forum, which are sub-committees of the Supervisory Board.
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Sbu Gule comments on labour relations and the South African mining sector..
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