No judgment on 90% of SA cases
Johannesburg - Almost 90% of South Africa's courts have not delivered judgment on the cases before them, the SABC reported on Saturday.
Deputy Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court Dikgang Moseneke said the delay in the finalisation of the cases led to injustice.
Moseneke was delivering a keynote address at the annual conference of the South African chapter of the international association of women judges at the North West University.
About 300 judges, magistrates, attorneys and advocates attended the three day conference that would end on Sunday, the broadcaster reported.