JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa has short-recorded four contender for thought for the situation of Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court.
In the running are Constitutional Court Judge Mbuyiseli Madlanga, leader of the Supreme Court of Appeal Judge Mandisa Maya, leader of the Gauteng Division of the High Court Justice Dunston Mlambo and Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
Ramaphosa has now presented these names to the Judicial Service Commission and the National Assembly for thought.
President @CyrilRamaphosa submits rundown of contender for position of Chief Justice to Judicial Service Commission and ideological groups https://t.co/NQOpln6zlk
Administration | South Africa (@PresidencyZA) November 18, 2021
Previous Chief Justice Mogoeng's term reached a conclusion on 11 October subsequent to being in charge for 10 years.
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Last month, the board managing the interaction got more than 500 remarks from the public both on the side of in issue with applicants.
Ramaphosa's acting representative, Tyrone Seale: "Area 1743 of the Constitution coordinates that the president, as top of the public leader, in the wake of counseling the Judicial Service Commission and the heads of gatherings addressed in the National Assembly, names the Chief Justice and the vice president Justice and subsequent to counseling the Judicial Service Commission, delegates the president and agent leader of the Supreme Court of Appeal."
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