Sternford Moyo

Sternford Moyo (Chairman)

Sternford is the Senior Partner and Chairman of the firm which he joined in 1981. He provides overall leadership in addition to taking special…

Byron John Symeonoglou

Byron John Symeonoglou

Byron is the head of the Property and Conveyancing Department. He is one of the most experienced and skilled property and…

George Gapu

George Gapu

George is the head of the Labour law, Dispute Resolution and Litigation departments. A graduate of the University of Zimbabwe…

Nellie R.F. Tiyago‐Jinjika

Nellie R.F. Tiyago‐Jinjika

After graduating from the University of Pretoria, Nellie joined Scanlen and Holderness as an associate in January 2004.

Archford Rutanhira

Archford Rutanhira

Archford is a graduate from the University of Zimbabwe and has been with the firm for more than six years.

Riana Moss

Riana Moss (Nee Theron)

A graduate from the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa, Riana was registered with the High Court of Zimbabwe in 2009.

Evans Moyo

Evans Talent Moyo

Evans is a University of Zimbabwe 2008 graduate. He is a registered conveyancer and notary public.  He has great facility for draftsmanship… 


Godwin Nyengedza

Godwin joined Scanlen & Holderness from the United Kingdom in 2012. He was admitted to partnership in January 2017.  His practice is mainly related but not limited to…


Memory K.M Mafo

Memory was admitted to partnership in January 2019. She is a registered Legal Practitioner of the Supreme Courts of Zimbabwe and has been registered as such since 2013. 


Rudo Magundani

Rudo was admitted into partnership in January 2019. She graduated from the University of Zimbabwe in 2010 with a University Book Prize and the Law Society of Zimbabwe…

Roger Hunter Chadwick medium

Roger Hunter Chadwick

Roger has a wealth of knowledge and experience having over fifty years experience as an attorney, notary and conveyancer in Zimbabwe.

Thakor Ranchhod Kewada 2

Thakor Ranchhod Kewada

Thakor was admitted as a Barrister at Law of the Inner Temple, London, United Kingdom, and also by the High Court of Zimbabwe.

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