Advocate Teffo exposes Kelly Khumalo

Malesela Teffo, a controversial advocate, has referred to the decision of the Legal Practitioners Council (LPC) to remove his name from the roster of advocates as “a circus.”

Teffo said the Legal Practices Commission (LPC) and the judiciary in the country were a joke when he was speaking to Sunday World just moments after the LPC announced on Friday that he was disbarred and no longer fit to practice as a lawyer.

He added that he was prepared to fight to the bitter end.





“This is a circus; this is the start of the end of legal practice as we know it. “They don’t want me to expose Kelly [the late Bafana Bafana keeper Senzo Meyiwa’s girlfriend], while the police received millions of rand on the Senzo Meyiwa’s matter,”

Teffo alleged in his statement. “The reason this is happening is because they don’t want me to expose Kelly.” “I am gearing up for a strong battle to get back onto Senzo’s case,” the witness said.

“When I return, it will be with a vengeance, just as it was when I disclosed the presence of the second docket in Senzo’s case. The proceedings of the trial are marred by an incredible number of errors.

Teffo stated that he was preoccupied with other matters and that being struck off the list was nothing big, but he continued to make charges against some of the most powerful officials in the country despite the fact that he had been removed from the roll.

My attorneys are currently working on writing the necessary documents so that I can cope with the full force of being struck off the register. Teffo declared, “I will fight back with all my might, but for the time being, I do not want my adversaries to be aware of what I have planned.”

To tell you the truth, I don’t see why the LPC should get involved in this whole mess. However, I do see why the judges should get involved. It is unfortunate that our judiciary is captured since those judges had coordinated their actions to deal with me. They accuse me of harassing individuals that are a part of the SAPS. He inquired, “Who are they I am tormenting, and why?”

“Have I done something to deserve getting fired or having my career ruined? As things stand, I don’t have trouble falling or staying asleep, and I haven’t noticed a change in my appetite.

He admitted that he was present at the Pretoria High Court on Thursday, but he did not make any effort to meet with Judge Tshifhiwa Maumela, who is presiding over the Meyiwa murder trial.

During previous court proceedings, Teffo and Maumela have been known to get into heated arguments with one another. Teffo represented accused one to four before withdrawing from the case.

“I was given a heads up on some vital facts regarding Senzo’s case by counsel Zandile Mshololo, who represents the accused five, and advocate George Baloyi, who represents the state.

They are unable to make use of the information and contents of case 375 because they have never understood the reason why that case was opened in the first place,” he stated.