Jeremy Gauntlett

 
Zim elections: Have we reached peak Khampepe?
Zim elections: Have we reached peak Khampepe?
After six years of litigation in which the Mail & Guardian has tried to access the so-called Khampepe report into the 2002 Zimbabwean...
JSC: A few good women needed
JSC: A few good women needed
The media has been awash with coverage of the Judicial Service Commission's (JSC's) decision to deny advocate Jeremy Gauntlett a place on the...
JSC given go-ahead to explain Gauntlett snub
JSC given go-ahead to explain Gauntlett snub
Commission secretary Sello Chiloane said it was "working on" compiling "the full reasons" for retired supreme court of appeal...
JSC to explain snubbing Gauntlett
JSC to explain snubbing Gauntlett
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) will speak with advocate Jeremy Gauntlett, who was overlooked by the commission for a place on the Western Cape...
Gender and race top the Judicial Service Commission's agenda
Gender and race top the Judicial Service Commission's agenda
Transformation was the main preoccupation for the Judicial Service Commission as it gathered this week in Cape Town to interview candidates for...
US labour expert testifies in Walmart case
US labour expert testifies in Walmart case
A United States labour expert was cross-examined at the Competition Tribunal hearing in Pretoria on Thursday about giant retailer Walmart's bid to...
Legal fraternity's finest struggle to find a place at the Bar
Legal fraternity's finest struggle to find a place at the Bar
Over the past few years the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has spurned the opportunity to appoint some searing legal talent. Geoff Budlender was...
Gauntlett says he's put Hlophe matter behind him
Gauntlett says he's put Hlophe matter behind him
Members of the legal fraternity are eagerly waiting to see if Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe recommends to the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) the re-advertising of four vacancies on the Cape Bench because the division is lagging on racial transformation....
Black lawyers' body backs JSC on Hlophe
Black lawyers' body backs JSC on Hlophe
The lawful decision by the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) not to continue its inquiry into Cape Judge President John Hlophe has upset some...
Cape advocates say Hlophe must quit
Cape advocates say Hlophe must quit
Nine senior advocates from the Cape Bar, some of them former acting judges, have publicly called on Cape Judge President John Hlophe to quit.

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