Zondo recommends tribunal to further probe Western Cape judge Mushtal Parker’s conduct

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The Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC) on Thursday found that allegations brought against Cape Town High Court Judge Mushtak Parker were serious enough to warrant further investigation. Picture: Felix Dlangamandla
The Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC) on Thursday found that allegations brought against Cape Town High Court Judge Mushtak Parker were serious enough to warrant further investigation. Picture: Felix Dlangamandla

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And if proven true, the allegations could amount to “gross misconduct on the part of the respondent that will be seen as bringing the judiciary into disrepute”.

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