Romeo Tsusi, is our Chief Executive and Director. He is an admitted attorney of the High Court, he holds an LLB and is completing his LLM in Corporate Law

He previously worked for one of the big commercial law firms, with the need to bridge the gap of providing a value-add service for businesses now leads the MRT LAW corporate and commercial team

Romeo is an astute lawyer, with a business acumen that makes him highly respected by his clients. He sits as non-executive director in various companies advising on corporate governance and compliance

He has handled many corporate transactions, structuring and mergers and acquisition in excess of 100 million, and has extensive experience in corporate and commercial law, business and dispute resolution

He acts for various clients in freight, liquor, security, construction, financial services, export, import and customs, cannabis, sport, media and entertainment and property industries, including non-profit organisations

Romeo is a contributor to the World Bank Group reports, titled Doing Business in South Africa, 2018 and Enabling the Business of Agriculture, 2019 and has written for various publications such as De Rebus, Biz Community, Business Update: a publication for progressive business forum and AGENT Magazine


  • Merger and Acquisition of a South African Company by a foreign Company – value R25 million
  • Advising and drafting relevant agreements for a Supply of Diesel Transaction to the value of R20 million
  • Advising and assisting client with a $290 million Telecommunication transaction in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where client was acting as a facilitator in the transaction together with a Canadian company
  • Merger and Acquisition of a Security Company value R38.5 million acting on behalf the Sellers;
  • Advising, negotiating and preparing an agreement for one of the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) coach
  • Security Tender Review to the value of R50 million in Western Cape High Court
  • Acting for a client in pursuing a breach of commission agreement in a cross-boarder transaction, claim of $5 million commission in the North Gauteng High Court
  • Acting for a client in pursuing a breach of contract claim of R52 million for outstanding invoices and contractual damages the Bloemfontein High Court against the government of Free State;
  • Acting for a client in an arbitration for a contractual breach for short-paid invoices to the amount of R2 million (plus interest)