Jozi Justice stands proudly as a beacon of hope and empowerment in Lorentzville, Johannesburg, serving as a non-profit human rights entity. Our primary focus is the creation of a safe and open arena for universal access to justice, where individuals' rights are upheld and respected. Our alliance with leading law firms underlines our commitment to fostering democracy, justice, peace, and equality across South Africa.
Our Base: Our refurbished former warehouse in Lorentzville stands as a testament to our service to the community. Not only does it house our operations, but it also serves as a recreational centre for our youth, a church for those of faith, and a safe haven for those seeking refuge.
Our Purpose: At Jozi Justice, we recognise the injustices that the vulnerable face, where the justice system often favours those with resources. Our commitment is to bridge this disparity, working tirelessly to empower those marginalised by society. As Nelson Mandela once said, "Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice." With this in mind, we strive to shine a light of hope and fairness in a world too often shadowed by inequality.
Our Services: We offer comprehensive legal advice in Family & Labour law matters. But our services extend beyond the courtroom. Our dedicated team provides personal empowerment through CV assistance, interview preparation, and basic financial education, aiding community members in managing their daily budgets.
Our Vision: We envisage a world where dignity and humanity are not just ideals but realities. Through the unification of communities and purposeful contributions to the socio-economic transformation of South Africa, we are committed to delivering professional, high-quality legal services to those we serve.
At Jozi Justice, we are more than just an organization - we are your partners in battling inequality, injustice, and discrimination. Together, we can shape a fairer, more just future, as Mandela envisaged when he said, "It always seems impossible until it's done."