Lucinde specialises in: 

  • A wide range of Business Rescue, Restructuring and Insolvency matters such as liquidation and sequestration applications, the running of insolvency enquiries and other insolvency related litigation including prosecuting claims on behalf of liquidators, setting aside dispositions and assisting creditors with submitting claims in insolvent estates, perfecting securities on behalf of creditors (cessions/general notarial bonds). She acts for both liquidators, creditors and commercial banks, both in regard to South African and cross border insolvency matters;
  • Forensic investigations – in liquidation and commercial dispute scenarios;
  • Banking litigation including but not limited to litigating on securitised debt for commercial banks including Standard Bank of South Africa, Capitec Bank Limited; Nedbank Private Wealth, HSBC and Deutsche Bank;
  • Company law disputes and litigation including shareholder disputes, director delinquency applications and shareholders' minority protection, acting for inter alia several listed companies in litigation and regulatory matters, including but not limited to, Stellar Capital Partners Limited, PetroSA, Distell Limited, Mediclinic Group, Redefine Limited, Brimstone Investments Limited, Leaf Property Fund Trust, African Unity Health, Remgro Limited, PSG Capital (Pty) Limited, Spier Group of Companies, Pioneer Foods Limited, Pearson Holdings Southern Africa (Pty) Limited, National Students Financial Aid Scheme, GlaxoSmithKline South Africa (Pty) Limited, Equites Property Fund Limited, BKB Limited commercial property disputes, acting for REIT's including Equites Property Fund Limited and Arrowgem Limited;
  • Financial Services and Regulatory advice: Insider Trading and Market Abuse investigations and litigation representing corporate and listed as well as individual clients in FSCA interrogations and hearings relating to insider trading, price manipulation and market abuse matters.
  • NCA disputes and related litigation and disputes on sale and lease buy backs and reckless lending on behalf of consumers and commercial banks; and
  • Consumer law including franchise disputes (acting for both franchisors and franchisees) and Consumer Protection Act disputes.
  • The Legal 500 EMEA 2021-2022 recommended Lucinde for dispute resolution.
  • Chambers Global 2023 ranked Lucinde for dispute resolution.
  • Lucinde was listed in the Legal 500 Private Practice Arbitration Powerlist: Africa 2023.


  • BCom cum laude LLB cum laude, University of Stellenbosch
  • Year of admission as an attorney: 2000


  • South African Restructuring and Insolvency Practitioners Association
  • INSOL International
WEBINAR | Navigating Business Rescue, Restructuring & Insolvency during COVID-19 | Part 2
5 May 2020 Business Rescue, Restructuring & Insolvency

WEBINAR | Navigating Business Rescue, Restructuring & Insolvency during COVID-19 | Part 2

Topics discussed included the impact of COVID-19 on South African economy, Directors’ liability when trading in financially distressed or insolvent circumstances, current legislative amendments and regulations that have been put in place in South Africa (including the impact on general court proceedings) and case law update.

The recent judgment of CNA and Others v Anglowealth Sharia (Pty) Ltd and Others
10 December 2021 Business Rescue, Restructuring & Insolvency

The recent judgment of CNA and Others v Anglowealth Sharia (Pty) Ltd and Others

In this edition of CDH's Business Rescue, Restructuring and Insolvency sector's podcast series, Tobie Jordaan, Lucinde Rhoodie, Muwanwa Ramanyimi and Jessica Osmond are joined by senior Business Rescue Practitioner, Phahlani Mkhombo, of Genesis Corporate Solutions, to discuss the recent judgment of CNA and Others v Anglowealth Sharia (Pty) Ltd and Others, particularly considering the obligations placed on a BRP to notify affected parties of any court proceedings during a business rescue.

Business rescue for the tourism industry
9 March 2021 Dispute Resolution

Business rescue for the tourism industry

Lucinde Rhoodie, Director in our Dispute Resolution practice joined Channel Africa to discuss business rescue for the tourism industry, with the looming third wave of COVID-19. She elaborates on the pitfalls of the Tourism Equity Fund and cautions that some businesses need to consider business rescue.

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