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Gauteng High Court has struck the court case seeking to stop the ANC

The case filed in an attempt to halt the ANC Gauteng conference was dismissed by the South Gauteng High Court. Both the ANC and Jabulani Sithole made their case to have the conference banned in front of the presiding judge, Motsamai Makume. The judge ruled that the applicant did not establish a compelling need for expediency.

"Good!"

"These people have a desire for leadership but are instead battling amongst themselves. This is completely insane!"

"In other words, Zuma doesn't understand. He's the one who established the committee and chose Zondo to head it, but now he's the one who has complaints about both "Those who are both clever and naive, he says, without explaining his motivation.

They ignore, either on purpose or through ignorance, the fact that JZ contested Madonsela's recommendation that the commission's chairperson be selected by the then Chief Justice, Mogoeng Mogoeng, on the grounds that it violated the constitution. But on December 14, 2017, Judge Mlambo denied his court application and gave him 30 days to establish the commission. If he had disobeyed the order, the court may have held him in contempt. Instead of giving up, he filed an appeal of the ruling. You may compare it to the football term "playing under protest."

As soon as he stepped down as state president, CR took control and dropped the appeal. This can be confirmed as true.

So, please, quit trying to fool the American people.

Opponents of JZ have also suggested an unfinished version of events by saying that he halted with the appointment of Zondo to the position of deputy chief justice. They leave out the part where they say he consulted the JSC before acting.

The evidence is right here.


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