Dikgang Moseneke: ‘There were attempts to weaken the judiciary’

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Former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke. Picture: Tebogo Letsie
Former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke. Picture: Tebogo Letsie

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Former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke’s book, All Rise, gives readers insights into how he dealt with big controversies in his life as a judge, including being accused of spying, being overlooked for a promotion and his remarks that judges don’t owe loyalty to the governing party, a comment that rankled the ANC.

Moseneke retired as a judge in 2016, and published My Own Liberator in the same year.

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