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Mogoeng grilling ends ahead of considerations

JSC member Koos van der Merwe has asked chief justice nominee Mogoeng Mogoeng to withdraw his acceptance of the nomination.

Cosatu’s rejection burdens Mogoeng’s interview

The JSC's interrogation of Mogoeng Mogoeng resumed with the commission wrangling over whether to accept a late submission from Cosatu.

JSC bruising keeps Justice Mogoeng on the ropes

Despite the initial swagger of the only contender for the chief justice title, a flurry of JSC jabs has left Mogoeng bruised (but still standing).

Mogoeng’s morning with the JSC

Chief justice contender Mogoeng Mogoeng has traded blows with acting title-holder Dikgang Moseneke in the first round of his JSC bout in Cape Town.

Mogoeng as chief justice? Just say no, urges Cosatu

Cosatu is calling on the Judicial Service Commission to recommend against Judge Mogoeng Mogoeng's appointment to the position of chief justice.

Mogoeng blasts critics at JSC interview

Chief justice nominee Mogoeng Mogoeng has defended his record as a prosecutor and judge before the start of his interview with the JSC.

Aids activists protest at Mogoeng interview

Aids activists protested inside the Cape Town Convention Centre on Saturday ahead of the JSC interview with chief justice nominee Mogoeng Mogoeng.

Objections are no obstacle: Mogoeng Mogoeng’s a shoo-in

Despite objections to Mogoeng Mogoeng becoming chief justice, the Zuma-friendly Judicial Service Commission is unlikely to reject the president's man.

Mogoeng a test case for JSC

Saturday September 3 is judgment day -- not for the presidential nominee for chief justice, Mogoeng Mogoeng, but for the Judicial Service Commission.

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