Surely the two judges cannot expect their very own judicial colleagues at the Constitutional Court to change an obviously correct precedent?
Raging political battles have spilled over into interviews for positions on the Bench.
The Zuma case tops the billing, followed by decisions about Hlophe and Pistorius
The judge in the Oscar Pistorius trial and another jurist who is a friend of Cyril Ramaphosa failed to clinch an endorsement for the new post.
The KZN judge received the nod to become the province’s judge president despite his jest that he charmed potential female competitors.
The foundation has been trying to obtain access to the JSC’s full discussions in a bid to determine on what grounds judges are chosen.
Given the core role of the judiciary, the Helen Suzman Foundation wants to know exactly how appointments to the Bench are decided.
In this week's letters to the editor, the Judicial Service Commission is the subject of a response.
The commission's fixation on the separation of powers omits what else makes a good judge.
The chief justice had harsh words for otherwise promising judicial candidates who did not contribute to an expeditious judicial system.
Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe will face a tribunal in September to deal with allegations of gross misconduct, reports the Cape Times.
Izak Smuts, the advocate who quit the Judicial Service Commission amid disagreement about transformation, was right to resign, says a colleague.
This week in Politics Need to Know: SA troops sent to the DRC, the JSC battles racist controversy and the ANC Youth League searches for a new leader.
The deployment of a department official to a key position on the Arms Procurement Commission has raised hackles, writes Glynnis Underhill.
Prospective Constitutional Court judges were grilled on their interpretations of separation of powers. Niren Tolsi analyses the process.
With only four candidates applying for a vacancy at the Constitutional Court, there are rumours that Ray Zondo will merely rubberstamp appointments.
The battle has shifted from the courtroom to the bottom line as attorneys fight to get their fees.
The JSC is still deciding what to do about John Hlophe's alleged bid to influence ConCourt judges over corruption charges against President Zuma.