EFF Leader Julius Malema has had the entire South Africans flabbergasted after he upheld judge Hlope to turn into the following adjudicator. Julius Malema was adulating the Western Cape judge president John Hlophe has so exceptionally that many individuals began feeling that there is a going thing on between the two .
Rumours are making round on Twitter and other social media sites that the EFF backed John Hlophe may eventually unseal the controversial CR17 bank statements to the detriment of President Cyril Ramaphosa. This could have some elements of truth because the special interests the EFF, Julius Malema, Floyd Shivambu, Sphithiphithi Evaluator and other Jacob Zuma's followers and supporters are giving John Hlophe is somehow suspicious and questionable.
EFF Pioneer Julius Malema has had the entire South Africans amazed after he kept up with designated authority Hlope to change into the going with adjudicator. Julius Malema was praising the Western Cape judge president John Hlophe has so extraordinarily that various individuals began feeling that there is a going thing on between the two .
Many people now they nolonger take The commander in Chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters Julius Sello Malema serious because they say he is not reliable since he always changes his mind towards on his feelings. Now as we speak, Julius Sello Malema has contradicted himself with what he said in 2016.
Brief The office of the president has released the names of nominations for the possible candidate who will replace the outgoing Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng. They released twelve names that are going to be used in search of a possible replacement. Among the names on the list are the current acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, Judge president John Hlophe and the public protector Busisiwe Mkwebane.
Judge Hlophe JP is the most deserving judge to become our next Chief Justice. Fully agree all organisations nominated him. EFF Leader, Julius Malema says the party supports Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe for the position of the next Chief Justice. However They know Ramaphosa will never make that mistake, the judiciary is his weapon against his opponents in politics
We know that the leader of the EFF Julius Malema is someone who does not sugar coat anything when he talk. He is a straight talker but at times he can be very unpredictable. He always make strong comments on issues that are speculations. Things that are not proven and later he changes his tune.
The Constitution of South Africa profess the independence of the judiciary and it is expected to be independence, impartial and to function without fear, favor and prejudice. Over time, the judiciary has been subjected to unending criticisms by those who want to be both players and referees at the same time.
We realize that the head of the EFF Julius Malema is somebody who doesn't gloss over anything when he talk. He is a straight talker yet on occasion he can be entirely unusual. He generally offer solid remarks on issues that are hypotheses. Things that are not demonstrated and later he alters his perspective.
It is not surprising that the supporter turned enemy of the former President Jacob Zuma is backing the all time staunch supporter of the former President Jacob Zuma for the position of Chief Justice of the country. Since some months ago Julius Malema has surprised many by being all of a sudden a supporter of former President Jacob Zuma yet again.
Bhekisisa Mncube Sawbona Mongameli His Excellency Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa. I have a sense of foreboding about the state of our judiciary, or rather its future. Mr President I still haven't recovered from the shock that Ad Busisiwe Mkhwebane "uBabes wama Remedial Actions," and the Zuma Acolyte.
The Economic Freedom Fighter’s (EFF’s) leader Julius Malema says he is vouching for beleaguered Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe to succeed outgoing Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng. Malema was speaking to SABC’s Mzwandile Mbeje at the party’s headquarters in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
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'Flip-lemon' or change of psyche? SA responds to Malema supporting Hlophe to become next boss equity
EFF pioneer Julius Malema says Western Cape judge president John Hlophe has 'the best legitimate cerebrum' to take up the situation of boss equity. Record photograph. EFF pioneer Julius Malema says Western Cape judge president John Hlophe has 'the best legitimate cerebrum' to take up the situation of boss equity.
source: https://www.thesouthafrican.com/news/busisiwe-mkhwebane-john-hlophe-nominated-for-chief-justice/ Judge President John Hlophe and Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane are seen as contestable candidates. Despite their pending indictments, Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane and Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe have been chosen for the nation's top legal office, Chief Justice.
THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE has launched a list of applicants for the following chief justice, the list launched yesterday carries eight nominations for the substitute of Judge Mogoeng Mogoeng, who's retiring this month. The nominees for the list consist of acting chief justice, Judge Raymond Zondo, Western Cape Chief Justice, Judge John Hlophe and Public Protector, Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane
Rumours are making round on Twitter and different social media webweb sites that the EFF backed John Hlophe may in the end u.s.a. the debatable CR17 financial institution statements to the detriment of President Cyril Ramaphosa. This should have a few factors of fact because the unique pursuits the EFF, Julius Malema, Floyd Shivambu, Sphithiphithi Evaluator and different Jacob Zuma's fans and supporters are giving John Hlophe is somehow suspicious and questionable.
Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe has been approached to think about taking over from Chief Justice Mogoeng. This is notwithstanding the debate encompassing his residency in the legal executive and the case he has stopped against the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) over his approaching cutting out.
As the day of his ‘office departure’ nears, the seat of Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng seems to be one that’s difficult to fill. The South African Judiciary is still going up and down trying to find the right candidate to take after Mogoeng, this even after Ramaphosa streteched out his hand to the public in giving the people a chance to nominate the next Chief Justice.
Monetary Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema has indeed been blamed for back-peddling with regards to his position on political issues. This time Malema is being blamed for changing his perspectives on beset Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe after he as of late loaded commendation on him, regardless of his past sees about Hlophe being essential for the "spoiled potatoes" in South Africa's legal executive.