Here is the live stream of the April 2016 interviews:
For a full schedule of the interviews click here.
All people are equal before the law? According to the results of the most recent @DGRU_ survey, results indicate that our perceptions of un/equal treatment before the law is driven by how a countries 'officials' are subjected to the law.
Learn more here: https://t.co/uyuMVSDJqg https://t.co/VExEKjoUSJ
What is the real state of our judiciary? The @DGRU_ recently completed a 4-year comparative analysis investigating the state of the judiciary in the High Courts of Malawi, Namibia and SA, from a court user and judges perspectives: Learn more here: https://t.co/uyuMVSm8yI https://t.co/08fx1b1c2M
The JSC’s failure to deal with judicial misconduct complaints efficiently is a grave threat to the judiciary. The complaint against Judge Makhubele is a case in point - 4 years later, proceedings are yet to begin.
Learn more: https://t.co/RtZACgQSVy https://t.co/xZUf0yGwk3
The #JSCinterviews are near the end, CJ Zondo asks Justice Maya to give a closing statement.
Justice Maya says she has no closing statement but thanks the activists who brought her name to the attention of the President, who nominated her for the Deputy Chief Justice position. https://t.co/zzmZAQniiW
Commissioner Barnard if Maya as leader of the @SCA_ZA does quality control to eliminate mistakes going forward? Maya says there's only been only or two mistakes that she's noticed but the appeal process is to fix mistakes.
Watch live: https://t.co/bkT3Ypqjx3