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Now Julius Malema and Dali Mpofu are finally being held accountable for their actions with Zuma.

What was the difference in how the Judicial Service Committee was handled? This has been a hot topic of discussion and debate among South Africans. Candidates chosen for interviews were asked very specific questions, and panel members were dissatisfied with the results.

The two ex-ANC members who met with acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo and Mlambo appear to have had a different purpose for their meeting with the two. These individuals were labeled mass killers in the West only because they traded blows with South Africa's former president.

EFFF leader Julius Malema and EFF Chief of Staff and Advocacy Dali Mpofu were revealed today to have met with the intention of doing this for Jacob Zuma. Jacob Zuma and the RET forces removed Raymond Zondo and Mlambo from the Judicial Panel for their handling of Jacob Zuma's contempt of court charges. The fact that previous South African presidents still harbor grudges and seek retribution demonstrates that the country's political system can never be peaceful.

Some of the questions posed to Julius Malema and Dali Mpofu were also noted as two of the four candidates with the best interviews. This is because the most highly recommended Chief Justice of South Africa received one of the best responses to both Julius Malema and Dali Mpofu's questions.

Advocate Mandisa Maya was eventually revealed to be the most popular candidate, resulting in the outcome you just witnessed. President Jacob Zuma's decision to appoint Mandisa Maya as South Africa's Chief Justice has been called into question. This suggests that the Acting Chief Justice of South Africa's chances of becoming the country's next Chief Justice are unlikely to be realized anytime soon.


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