Concourt postpones arms deal activist Terry Crawford-Browne's bid to force President Jacob Zuma to appoint a commission of inquiry into the arms deal.
The Judicial Service Commission has put all interviews for new judges on hold following what it said was a request by Justice Minister Jeff Radebe.
Members of the legal fraternity are proposing a graceful exit for the Cape judge president.
Sello S Alcock presents brief profiles of the members of the Judicial Service Commission's complaints committee who will decide Judge Hlophe's fate.
Constitutional Court judges are to press on with a complaint against Cape Town Judge President John Hlophe
KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Judge President Vuka Tshabalala said on Wednesday that he had returned all the shares in Absa Bank worth millions of rands, which were given to him by a consortium headed by businessman Tokyo Sexwale. "I have returned the shares. That's the end of the matter," said Tshabalala.
Cape Judge President John Hlophe has been accused of attempting to influence the Constitutional Court's decision over search-and-seizure raids carried out by the Scorpions on properties of African National Congress president Jacob Zuma and French arms manufacturing giant Thint.