Tokyo Ndlela MBA, LLM

Tokyo Ndlela is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa. He served his articles at a law firm operating within the energy sector, primarily dealing with petroleum law and representing multinational oil companies, fuel retailers and prominent property developers. He has also worked for Hogan Lovells International LLP (a top-ranked international law firm), where he dealt with various commercial and compliance matters, which he has since left to start his own law firm – Tokyo Ndlela Attorneys Inc.

Tokyo is an executive member of the Young Professionals Council of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (a globally recognised professional institute overseeing the mining industry), which speaks to his vast experience within the mining sector. He further serves as a director for Mahlopi Metals Group (Pty) Ltd and Synergy Mining Investment (Pty) Ltd, which both have a large footprint in the North West province. 

Tokyo participates in private equity deals concerning mines and renewable energy ventures with numerous entities within South Africa and the United Kingdom. He has received the Lex-Falcon Global Award (in Dubai), in acknowledgement for his global contribution to the legal industry. He is a member of the African Energy Chamber and the Environmental Law Association of South Africa, so as to remain in touch with the legislative changes within these sectors.

Tokyo holds an LLB and LLM from the University of Pretoria. He also holds an MBA from IU International University of Applied Sciences (based in Germany). Furthermore, he has a certificate in Global Financial Compliance from the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (based in London), and an RE1 Key Individual certification granted by South Africa’s Financial Sector Conduct Authority.

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