About Eviction Specialists

  Simon Dippenaar - Admitted Attorney of the High Court of South Africa.

Simon Dippenaar - Eviction Specialist

Simon Dippenaar has a BBusSc LLB degree and Professional Diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Cape Town, and is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa.

He is the founder and director of private legal practice, Simon Dippenaar & Associates, with offices in Cape Town and Gauteng representing South African and international clients.

Simon is committed to serving his community and the less fortunate. He is on record in one of South Africa's biggest mass eviction cases in Marikana, representing, pro bono, the unlawful occupiers and their constitutional right to adequate housing.

He is also an executive member of the South African Police Services Forum and is head of finance. He is also a long standing member of Rotary International as well as a member of the Cape Chamber of Commerce.

Simon is widely published in the area of eviction law and has been a key speaker at seminars, most recently debating in Sandton and Cape Town, the Deputy Minister of Public Works Jeremy Cronin regarding the Expropriation Bill.

SABC News Interview

Simon Dippenaar discusses the potential land mark case is being heard in the Cape Town High Court. It case involves the illegal occupation of private land by tens of thousands of people.

The seven land owners want the court to order the City of Cape Town to buy the land as eviction would be near impossible given the sheer number of occupants.


"I found myself in an impossible situation with a Tenant who would not pay Rent or Services and refused to move out. I contacted Simon who assisted me getting the defaulting Tenant evicted, Simon was very efficient in promptly starting the process and keeping me updated at all times. I recommend anyone who has a defaulting tenant to ask Simon for help to solve their problem before they loose too much."
Mike Theunissen

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