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SCA tensions dominate at interviews

Constitutional Court candidate describes the causes of friction as ‘complex’

Supreme Court of Appeal still facing collegiality problems

Candidates for appointment were asked about the negative experiences during their time as acting judges

ConCourt interviews postponed because of ‘potential conflict of interest’

It is unclear what the nature of the conflict of interest on SCA President Mandisa Maya’s part is

Mogoeng absent for more than half of ConCourt judgments

His absences from court this year have been criticised, but the Chief Justice defends his contribution to the judiciary

Hlope tribunal: Yet another delay

Free State High Court Judge Cagney Musi recuses himself in the interests of justice and the judiciary

Hlophe complaint faces fresh hurdle

Ten years after the initial complaint, a call for a judge’s recusal could stall the judicial conduct tribunal before it starts

‘Conflict of interest’ could land judge in hot water

Judges are not allowed take up an appointment seen to be inconsistent with an independent judiciary

Law demands creative rethinking

The outcome of the Michael Komape case illustrates the need for judges to break new ground to realise the democratic contract

‘Conflicted’ judge refuses to leave Prasa

Unless the president shifts Adv Tintswalo Makhubele's appointment as judge to April 1, her continued stay at Prasa may be deemed to be in breach

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