Judge candidates announced - and they're all women

2015-06-10 14:27
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Johannesburg - The Judicial Services Commission (JSC) announced on Wednesday the shortlisted candidates for positions in the Constitutional Court and Supreme Court of Appeal - and all of them are women.

The vacancies are for a position on the Constitutional Court Bench and deputy president of the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA).

sOn March 31 the JSC published an advertisement calling for nominations of interested people to fill a vacancy in the Constitutional Court, which arose following the retirement of Judge Thembile Skweyiya, the JSC said in a statement.

The closing date for the nominations was set for April 24 and subsequently extended to May 11.

Following the closing date, the JSC compiled a shortlist of candidates to be interviewed on July 9 and 10. 

The candidates are Judge Nonkosi Zoliswa Mhlantla, Judge Dhayanithie Pillay, Judge Leona Valerie Theron and Judge Zukisa Laura Lumka Tshiqi.

The JSC will interview Judge Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa Maya for the position of SCA deputy president. Maya was nominated by President Jacob Zuma.

"The organised legal profession, institutions with an interest in the work of the JSC and interested persons are requested to submit comments on the above-mentioned candidates to the secretariat of the JSC by no later than 22 June 2015," the JSC said.

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