BOSS Spotlight Feature: Sindi Nkadimeng

Nkadimeng Attorneys is proud of its African heritage and embraces changes in the socio-economic gender and age landscape. We are 100% black woman-owned and in existence for a decade now offering legal services of the highest caliber that blends the best that wisdom, experience, and a youth drive has to offer. We are proud to announce a 98% success rate on court outcomes obtained on behalf of clients. I was delighted to have been accorded on accolade alongside Angela Simmons at the AT&T Futuremaker Contest 6 months ago, for having made a contribution in my community by having employed, upscaled, and offered young professionals an opportunity to exercise their talents.

1. What were some obstacles that you faced in the beginning process of starting your business or career?
The obstacles faced were the client’s instability, in the beginning, stability is necessary to 
ensure the running of any business. My company was not known at the time, so there

was a bit of distrust moreover it being women-owned was also a factor however we managed to break barriers of practicing within a male-dominated industry, and we have earned trust through merit.

2. What inspired you to break into your particular industry?
Rising levels of black unemployed graduates and the scarcity of females practicing 
with my profession inspired me to break in my industry.


3. How do you balance your personal and professional life or have you been able to find a balance?
By not interrupting set time-allocated for each, that’s how I maintain a balance 
between personal and professional life except if I am briefed to appear on an urgent court interdict which will require me to work overtime.


4. What is an inspirational quote that you live by?
“Education is wealth, and not the learning of facts, its rather the training of the mind to think rationally” – Albert Einstein

5. Who were some influential people or mentors that helped or encouraged you along the way?
My family, I come from a family rooted in business we conducted business during the most challenging times of segregation/apartheid days so I am empowered that we
managed/survived through it back then, what would prevent us from pursuing business to date in democratic times protected by the world’s best constitution. The business skills and acumen that have encouraged me all along I learned it all from our family businesses.

6. What are your "must-haves" to keep your career or business going strong?
“Must-haves” to keep any business strong are:

 Employing skilled employees;

 Having financial back-up which may be obtainable from financial institutions;

 Get into the habit of saving profits, create and maintain Investments;

 Adequate resources (HR, finance, (stock/equipment, marketing), IT;

 Buying customers;

 A practical and sound business model

 Updating yourself with the latest legislation, latest inventions in the market, and 
what your contemporaries and competitors are up to.


7. What is your definition of a BOSS?
Boss is a person who exercises authority or control over employees in an organization 
or company, to advice the goals and vision which has been set out to be, it's all about

achieving which makes the journey incredible.


8. Provide us with two words that describe you?
“Unleashing God’s other species, the Superwoman era”

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