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Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Latest JSC Report - 12 March 2019

The Judicial Service Commission will be interviewing 22 candidates for judicial positions during the week of 1 – 5 April 2019.

This is a significant round of interviews, as the positions to be filled include 2 vacancies on the Constitutional Court, and five vacancies on the Supreme Court of Appeal. Other positions to be filled include the Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, and the Deputy Judge President of the Labour Court and the Northern Cape High Court.

The DGRU has prepared a research report on the shortlisted candidates, which can be viewed here

Publication Date:
Wed, 13 Mar 2019 - 12:00
JIFA Newsletter (IWD Special Edition) - 8 March 2019

The following articles are featured in this weeks issue of the JIFA Newsletter

- A Women's Day message from Chief Justice Mathilda Twomey, Seychelles, Member of the Executive of the Southern African Chief Justices Forum

- African Court nominated for prestigious award over judgment on women's rights

- Raped child not sworn in properly: life sentence, conviction set aside

- Justice Linda Dobbs (DBE), JIFA Director of Programmes speaks about equality, diversity and women judges

Click here to read all the stories from the JIFA Newsletter

Publication Date:
Wed, 13 Mar 2019 - 11:45
JIFA Newsletter - 7 March 2019

The following articles are featured in this week's issue of the JIFA Newsletter

- Shock "advice" by International Court of Justice on another forgotten African colony

- Eviction from communal land only by chief or traditional authority - court

- Challenging culture of impunity in Kenya

Click here to read all the stories from the JIFA Newsletter

Publication Date:
Wed, 13 Mar 2019 - 11:45
JIFA Newsletter - 14 February 2019

The following articles are in this week's issue of the JIFA Newsletter

- Valentine's Day winner: New Tanzanian court rules improve experience of justice by vulnerable groups

- Court "stands tall", rules that state violates evictees' rights

- Malawi's CJ, JSC acted illegally over new appointments - High Court

- "Ogoni 9" case back in the spotlight, this time in the Netherlands

Click here to read all the articles in the JIFA Newsletter

Publication Date:
Wed, 13 Mar 2019 - 11:30

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