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Why drunken judge not impeached

Nkola Motata’s case is the closest democratic South Africa has come to impeaching a judge

Judge Motata cleared of impeachable conduct

Though cleared of gross misconduct, he retired high court judge must pay a fine of over a million rand

Motata tribunal hears closing arguments

Motata’s counsel, Themba Skosana said that while the words used by Motata could be considered “vulgar”, they were not racist.

Motata probe could make history

A decade after the judge’s drunk driving incident, he may face impeachment if found guilty of professional misconduct

Motata misconduct tribunal to get under way at last

Motata is one of seven judges who face impeachment inquiries but whose cases have languished unresolved for years

Judicial accountability must be dealt with swiftly

Using a member of the NPA as an evidence leader compromises the principles of separation of powers and judicial independence.

Judge Motata loses bid to stop misconduct probe

High Court judge Nkola Motata has lost a legal bid on Friday to stop a misconduct inquiry against him after his conviction of drunken driving.

Life in the fast lane: SA’s celebrity speedsters

When celebrities and politicians find themselves on the wrong side of the law their excuses are often as colourful as their personalities.

Don’t let them judge me, urges Motata

Judge Nkola Motata has launched a bid to stop a judicial conduct tribunal from investigating him in connection with his drunk-driving conviction.

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