Why Advocate Gerrie Nel loves the film Legally Blonde


Nondwe Maqubela

20 days ago
Why Advocate Gerrie Nel loves the film Legally Blonde FILE: Advocate Gerrie Nel speaks at AfriForum press briefing on Senzo Meyiwa murder case on Oct 26 2020. Image: AfriForum's Monique Taute

The Anele and the Club on 947 team have been, the whole week, looking at fictional characters who have played various career roles in television series and films - in an effort to determine who did it best.

Over the past week, they have looked at fictional lawyer roles, teacher roles, sports coach roles and fictional doctors.

Anele Mdoda and Frankie decided, after listening to some of the listeners throughout the week, that it would be interesting to hear who really did do it best, from someone who is actually in the profession.

The team managed to get in touch with Advocate Gerrie Nel - head of AfriForum's Private Prosecution Unit.

But the best cross-examination you could ever get is in Legally Blonde. You must watch the movie. It's a 2001 movie with Reese Witherspoon. Now that scene where she cross-examines the daughter is the best cross-examination you could ever get.

Advocate Gerrie Nel

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Best fictional: Sports coaches

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Best fictional: Doctor

Best fictional: Lawyer

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