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April 2016 Live streaming

Here is the live stream of the April 2016 interviews:

For a full schedule of the interviews click here.

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[CONTRIBUTE] We’re committed to bringing transparency to the judicial appointments process in South Africa, but we can’t do it without your help. Make a contribution to show your support: https://t.co/A5Qe8nMu1j
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If the now public minutes of the ANC’s Deployment Committee are evidence of anything - it is that serious reforms need to be made to the JSC’s processes to reduce the influence of political parties.
Judges Matter takes a closer look: https://t.co/t4grblss4Y https://t.co/pK1a7DfGY3
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[NEWS] "Judge criticised for recusing himself from Makhubele misconduct hearing"
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[NEWS] "Zondo says Sisulu's insult of black judges is unacceptable"

In a country that is plagued by persistently high levels of gender-based violence and discrimination, especially against black African women, gender parity on the bench is not enough. https://t.co/Gv4Umkk4Te
#JudgesMatter #SouthAfrica #GBV #Judiciary https://t.co/Oj2MQSHYti
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[ON AIR] "Chief Justice Position | Deadline for public comment"
Today is the last day for the public to comment on the candidates shortlisted to lead the judiciary. Four judges are in line to become Chief Justice.

[ON AIR] "Reform needed to reduce political parties influence on appointment of judges: Judges Matter"

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MAKHUBELE TRIBUNAL: The Makhubele Tribunal was scheduled for a hearing on 10 - 11 January 2022. However, on 22 December 2021 the JSC confirmed that the hearing has been postponed to a later date that is yet to be confirmed. Learn more here: https://t.co/cyltM049Zv https://t.co/QXGlQnvF4u WhyJudgesMatter photo

[NEWS] "SA's new Chief Justice: You have until Monday to make your voice count"

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[Call to action] The Chief Justice interviews are scheduled to take place from 1 – 5 February 2022, in Johannesburg. The JSC has called on everyone to comment on the 4 shortlisted candidates.
The deadline for comments is Monday, 10 January.
Learn more: https://t.co/lfC8HeepKZ https://t.co/aIf7IDu3Eq
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