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Born in the Karoo town of Graaff-Reinet and educated in Grahamstown at the Diocesan School for Girls and Rhodes University (BA LLB 1984), Susan has been part of Dold and Stone since 2000 using her specialist Conveyancing skills, Contract Preparation knowledge, expertise in the Drawing up of Wills and Estate Planning, to partner with, and serve, her clients. Faithful and trustworthy, Sue’s honesty and sensible advice are pivotal in her practice.

Sue rests and recharges outdoors, playing golf and gardening.

“A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.”


After completing her education at the Victoria Girls High School (in Grahamstown) and her BA at the University of the Western Cape (in Cape Town) and some years in an estate agency, Olwethu began her employment as a conveyancing secretary at Dold and Stone in 2016. Olwethu bakes and reads in her spare time, and believes passionately in the importance of education; her daughter being her delight.

“Be the change you want to see in the world.”


Born and bred in Grahamstown, Yolandi was educated at hoërskool P J Olivier and graduated with an LLB degree from Rhodes University in 2005, whereafter she completed her articles at Dold and Stone in 2008. She was admitted on 20 March 2008 as an attorney. Yolandi is a dynamic attorney who specializes in High Court Litigation, providing her clients with legal help in the areas of Family Law, Divorce Settlements and Road Accident matters. Her love of family lends a compassion and warmth to the often emotionally complex proceedings surrounding a divorce and her particular concern is for the children in these circumstances.

She also attends to the drafting of Wills, Magistrate’s Court Litigation, Debt Collection, Bank repossession (both vehicle and mortgage) and Maintenance Matters. Yolandi cherishes her two daughters, Pippa and Lilani, is a wise and kind confidant to her friends, and chooses to spend her free time outdoors.

“Stay true to you and you will end up incredibly happy.”



Leigh brings some Kwa-Zulu Natal sunshine to the Dold and Stone law firm having moved from KZN to Grahamstown with her husband in 2015. She was educated at Westville Girls High School and has more than 30 years of experience working as a bookkeeper for various Attorneys. Leigh is also a registered Metamorphosis Practitioner. With both her adult sons now married, Leigh loves golf, she walks, reads and practices yoga in her out-of-the-office time.


Mori-lee, a busy farmer’s wife and caring home-maker, is the office manager and the litigation secretary working for both directors and the human relations manager at Dold and Stone.

Following her matriculation from the Victoria Girls High School (in Grahamstown) she joined the firm in 2000 where her quiet efficiency and loyal dedication are evident as she lives out her motto.

“Stay humble.”



Evette is an Eastern Cape lady, having lived and been educated in East London and Adelaide before coming to work at Dold and Stone in 2012. Her responsibilities at the firm include all the Mortgage Bond administration and the banking with GBS (the Grahamstown Building Society) and FNB (First National Bank). Evette’s creativity and love of colour are evident in the mosaic projects she undertakes and she finds the satisfaction that comes from completing the huge jigsaw-puzzles that fill her home very therapeutic.

“Never lose hope… The butterfly is proof that beauty can emerge from something completely falling apart.”