Awombness: Top Class

Awombness: Top Class. Before all the kaka’s at the SABC, I was at the top of my game. As legal reporter for the SABC, I was competing with the likes of Karyn Maughn. Shout out to my girl! And now, having survived the retrenchments, I’m free to start kicking ass again!

I am so excited for this new chapter. And all it took was freeing myself from the pettiness of workplace politics, realising my worth to the organisation, and rolling up my sleeve to get the job done. I’ve always loved the law.

No, scratch that. I’ve always loved writing about the law. It’s so deliciously imperfect yet obstinately precise. Some of my best friends are lawyers. My work has enabled me to meet incredible human beings like Justice Zak Yacoob.

I was so nervous to interview him. And then I bumbled and asked him about his opinion on the Constitutional Court’s Art Collection. Doh! But he took it all in his stride. In fact, if I recall he said he was “excited to be interviewed by Candice Nolan.” or something to that effect.

And that time I sat down with former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke. It’s one of the things I love about my work, it allows me to meet all these amazingly fabulous people. So I look forward to doing more of that. Awombness: Top Class

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