Nazreen is one of the later additions to the Muller Terblanche & Beyers family.
In 2008, Nazreen started working as a cashier/clerk at the Traffic Department of the Breede Valley Municipality until September 2014. During her time of study, she did not have things easy since she was working full-time and had to sacrifice long hours after work, including weekends, but with the help of DAD (Dedication, Application and Determination), she managed to complete her degree during May 2014 and graduated on 19 June 2015. In October 2014, she started her articles of clerkship at our firm, and was admitted as an attorney at the Western Cape High Court in December 2016.
Nazreen was born and bred in Worcester, where she started schooling on a farm outside of town and after one year, carried on with her primary education at the Roman Catholic Primary School. Nazreen completed her matric at Montana High School in 2000. She embarked on her legal career in 2006 after enrolling at the University of South Africa, while being a full-time employee at a local wholesaler.
She was born into a Muslim family with some relatives well-known for their struggles against the apartheid policies of the former government. A passion for justice runs in her blood, and with the same kind of energy she exerts herself in the sports she participates in. It is certain that, despite her modest personality, she will take shots and score big in whatever legal service field she finds herself. Nazreen is presently an active cricketer and volleyball player, and she achieved Boland colours for cricket during 1999-2001.
Attorney of the High Court of South Africa
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