John Hlophe

 
Motata probe could make history
Motata probe could make history
For something that has taken 10 years to get off the ground, Judge Nkola Motata’s judicial conduct tribunal unfolded very quickly and with little...
Motata misconduct tribunal  to get under way at last
Motata misconduct tribunal to get under way at last
It has been almost 10 years since Judge Nkola Motata drunkenly crashed his car into the wall of a home in Hurlingham, Johannesburg. But two...
Eight years and 10 judges later: Concourt urges resolution to Judge Hlophe complaint
Eight years and 10 judges later: Concourt urges resolution to Judge Hlophe complaint
The Constitutional Court has lamented how long it is taking to conclude the complaint against Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe and...
Eight years on and the Hlophe case takes another turn
Eight years on and the Hlophe case takes another turn
This week, this column could be retitled “Only in South Africa”. A few weeks ago a unanimous Bench of the Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed an...
Hlophe matter must finally be laid to rest
Hlophe matter must finally be laid to rest
In May 2008, Chief Justice Pius Langa and the 11 other justices of the Constitutional Court lodged a complaint with the Judicial Service Commission...
Courts will be big news in 2016
Courts will be big news in 2016
A look at the court rolls reveals that several key cases are likely to be heard this term now that the high courts have resumed their work after the...
Forging the shape of democracy will keep the courts busy
Forging the shape of democracy will keep the courts busy
The new year promises some challenging cases of considerable public importance.
It's time to bring the long-running Hlophe saga to an end
It's time to bring the long-running Hlophe saga to an end
In May 2008, South Africa was informed by then chief justice Pius Langa that the justices of the Constitutional Court had lodged a complaint against...
Key test case in Judge John Hlophe saga
Key test case in Judge John Hlophe saga
A review before the Johannesburg High Court will determine once and for all whether a tribunal hearing against controversial Western Cape Judge...
Scales of justice could tip either way for judiciary in 2014
Scales of justice could tip either way for judiciary in 2014
Later this year, the ongoing saga of access to the information relied on by the then national director of public prosecutions, Mokotedi Mpshe, to...
Hlophe hearing not invalid, finds tribunal
Hlophe hearing not invalid, finds tribunal
The amended Judicial Service Commission Act did not affect a tribunal hearing into misconduct against Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe, the...

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