Judges and their judgments have become central to politics in South Africa. We believe that judges matter and we strive to provide more insight and transparency into the interview process and selection of South Africa's judges.
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) performs an advisory role to the President and national government on matters relating to the Judiciary or the administration of justice, including the selection of all of the candidates for South Africa's judicial posts.
The most recent round of JSC interviews took place from 3rd - 7th April 2017. 30 candidates were interviewed for 11 vacancies including one vacancy for the Constitutional Court.
Read about the candidates and their interviews here.
Blog news articles with our opinions, questions, thoughts and comments regarding the JSC and the interview process.
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