JSC interviews with candidates for chief justice set for early February

After the February interviews and deliberations, the Judicial Service Commission will submit a report to President Cyril Ramaphosa

2021-12-02 08:27:00 PM

JSC interviews with candidates for chief justice set for early February - After the February interviews and deliberations, the Judicial Service Commission will submit a report to President Cyril Ramaphosa

After the February interviews and deliberations, the Judicial Service Commission will submit a report to President Cyril Ramaphosa

This signals that the country will spend at least four months without a permanent replacement for, who retired on 11 October.The JSC said the interviews with, Constitutional Court Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga, Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) President Mandisa Maya and Gauteng Judge President Dunstan Mlambo would take place from 1 to 5 February.

The acting president of the SCA, Judge Xola Petse, will preside over the interviews.The JSC said it had given the nominees until next Friday to complete questionnaires and submit standard, required documentation for those who seek appointment to the bench. It would then invite law bodies and the general public to make submissions on the suitability of the candidates.

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BREAKING NEWS: JSC to run chief justice candidate interviews in FebruaryThe Judicial Service Commission will interview four candidates for chief justice, handpicked by President Cyril Ramaphosa This is CR17 pace folks… I can’t keep up!😆👌🏽😊 Cream Will rise and serve the best👓👓🎩🎓💼👝👛 I wish it was Judge Hlophe but since his not there we will go with Maya

JSC to conduct interviews for chief justice position in February 2022The interviews will take place over a period of five days.

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will conduct interviews with the four shortlisted nominees for chief justice in the first week of February next year, it said on Thursday. This signals that the country will spend at least four months without a permanent replacement for , who retired on 11 October. The JSC said the interviews with , Constitutional Court Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga, Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) President Mandisa Maya and Gauteng Judge President Dunstan Mlambo would take place from 1 to 5 February. The acting president of the SCA, Judge Xola Petse, will preside over the interviews. The JSC said it had given the nominees until next Friday to complete questionnaires and submit standard, required documentation for those who seek appointment to the bench. It would then invite law bodies and the general public to make submissions on the suitability of the candidates. After the February interviews and deliberations, the JSC will submit a report to President Cyril Ramaphosa. The president in late October invited public nominations for the post and named a panel, headed by Judge Navi Pillay, to compile a list of suitable candidates. The step was taken to imbue what is ordinarily a presidential prerogative with greater transparency. It is not yet known if Ramaphosa will eventually release the report of the , though legal commentators have said they hope he would make it public. The shortlist came as little surprise. Zondo, Maya, Madlanga and Mlambo have long been considered the most obvious candidates to succeed Mogoeng, and all have their fervent supporters in the legal community. The president is not bound by the input of either the JSC or the leaders of opposition parties when he makes a final choice. Keep the powerful accountable