Heinrich is a proud legal firearm owner who believes that every SA citizen has the right to own a firearm for self-defence purposes.
Heinrich Gonzales | Director
Who is Heinrich Gonzales?
Heinrich Gonzales is an admitted Attorney with the right of appearance in the High Court Division of South Africa. He grew up in the Winelands of Robertson, where he matriculated in 2006. He obtained his LLB degree at the University of Stellenbosch in 2011. Until the end of 2019, he was a serving member on the executive council of the University of Stellenbosch. During 2017, he also served as a member of the Institutional Forum at the University of Stellenbosch.
Since being admitted as an Attorney, Heinrich obtained experience in various fields of the law. During his journey in the legal sphere, he was part of litigation teams and court proceedings against the previous Minister of Police regarding issues relating to firearms in South Africa, litigation against various municipalities, and the Department of Water and Sanitation regarding environmental issues such as pollution and non-compliance of legislation. Heinrich specialises in Firearm Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, and Civil Litigation in the High Court and the Magistrate’s Court.
Heinrich Gonzales is also an opinion writer for Firearms.co.za, South African Gunowners Association, Maroela Media, and various others platforms. Heinrich also performs as a speaker at community/farming meetings to provide training and share valuable information regarding issues affecting firearm owners in SA.
Heinrich is a proud legal firearm owner who believes that every SA citizen has the right to own a firearm for self-defense purposes.
He is the founding member and Director of HFG Attorneys Inc in Paarl, which operates in the Western Cape. During 2020, Heinrich was also appointed as an SAGA Trustee.
Heinrich is a four-time SA champion hammer thrower and played rugby for Boland and Maties during his student years. In his free time, Heinrich enjoys fishing, playing squash, and working on his bonsai collection.
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