During her time with the firm Maloba’s practice has focused on dispute resolution, employment, corporate advisory and mergers and acquisitions. Over the course of her career, Maloba has been heavily involved in dispute resolution which focussed on shareholder disputes, employment law, real estate and debt collection.
On the commercial front, she has assisted numerous clients by providing them with corporate solutions and being involved in the preparation and review of several transaction documents applicable to mergers and acquisitions.
Maloba is recognised in the firm as being an integrated expert having experience in various practice areas. Furthermore, on the business development front, Maloba has undertaken numerous value-added trainings and webinars for current and prospective clients of the firm from both the private and public sectors, including, financial institutions, manufacturing & retail and agriculture.
In 2017, Maloba was seconded to the Slaughter and May, London Office.
- Member, Law Association of Zambia
2014: Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education, Legal Practitioners’ Qualifying Exam; Zambia
2013: University of Zambia, Bachelor of Laws (LLB); Zambia
2019 – Date: Senior Associate; Musa Dudhia & Co.
2017: Secondment, Slaugher & May
2014 – 2019: Associate; Musa Dudhia & Co.
2013 – 2014: Learner Legal Practitioner; Lewis Nathan Advocates
Awards and Recognition
2014: Best Overall Student, Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education, Legal Practitioners’ Qualifying Exam
2007: Best Graduating Student, St Mary’s Secondary School
2022: Rising Star – IFRL 2022
- Acting for Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) in connection with a matter which involved a joint venture between QIA and Enel Green Power (EGP) in respect to a Ngonye Power Company (Ngonye), which owns a 34MW solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Zambia, including undertaking of a comprehensive due diligence on Ngonye; providing detailed review of the renewable energy environment in Zambia; reviewing project documents including the power purchase agreement, the O&AM agreement and the government support agreement and advising on Ngonye’s compliance with environmental conditions applicable to the project company.
- Acting for GRIT Income Group in connection with their fundraising exercise to facilitate its listing on the London Stock Exchange, including conducting a legal due diligence on the leases and corporate information of the three Zambian companies that are owned by the client for the purpose of advising the client on the status of the leases held by its companies.
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