Tony Yengeni on his official Twitter account has shared a picture of Judge Yahya John Mandlakayise Hlophe, who is currently the Judge President of the Western Cape Division of the High Court of South Africa. And Tony Yengeni has captioned the picture of Judge Hlope with the following words
"Good morning South Africa..The People's choice of Chief Justice". There is some serious indication that Tony Yengeni's tweet has somewhat managed to capture the attention of South African people, who follow Yengeni on Twitter.
As one would expect, many people were quick to react to the tweet. It must be remembered that South Africa is currently without a permanently appointed Chief Justice. The interviews for the position of the Chief Justice are yet to take place. Many South African people are eagerly waiting in anticipation to see who will occupy the position of the Chief Justice for the next coming years.
Many people would recall that the previous chief justice's term came to an end. Hence, today the country is searching for the next chief justice.
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