Our commitment to bringing transparency to the judicial appointments process in South Africa
comes with considerable costs.
It costs R6 000 per candidate to bring you the live stream of the JSC interviews.
Every year in April and October we live stream the Judicial Service Commission interviews of prospective judicial candidates for the Superior Courts. In order to ensure that our work in monitoring this process continues, we need your help. With your donation we can ensure that the Judges Matter live stream of the JSC interviews continues.
We call on you to help us by sponsoring the live streaming of judicial candidates.
Three easy ways to contribute:
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EFT ACCOUNT DETAILS
Bank Standard Bank of South Africa Limited
Account UCT Donations Account
Branch Rondebosch Branch code 025009 Account number 071522387
Type of account Current
Swift address SBZAZAJJ
EFT Reference: JM + Surname
Please email your proof of payment to firstname.lastname@example.org
Via UCT PAYMENT GATEWAY
To assist with prompt identification and processing of donations, please include an abbreviated donor name and donation purpose in the bank reference field. Once a deposit or electronic payment has been made, please notify us by email at email@example.com with your name and the proof of payment. All donors can apply for an 18A certificate from the University of Cape Town for their donation.
If we receive enough donations to support the live streaming any additional donations received will go towards the following:
- Attendance at, and monitoring of the JSC Interviews
- Raising awareness of the JSC appointment process and the judiciary
- Supporting journalists and the media in their monitoring of the judiciary
- Writing of articles and thought pieces about the judiciary and JSC processes
- Further research and investigation into judicial governance processes
Making a donation is simple and will help make our impact felt. Support Judges Matter and be sure to share this cause with others who share our passion for judicial transparency.
Thank you for supporting Judges Matter!