One-third of the legal professionals who evaluated the damning gross misconduct report on Judge President John Hlophe found there was no basis to impeach him - but they did so based on baseless and misogynistic grounds, writes Karyn Maughan.
When Western Cape Judge
President John Hlophe was first accused of trying to swing a crucial
Constitutional Court ruling in favour of then-ANC president Jacob Zuma, he
attacked the integrity of the apex court and its leadership - and claimed they
were driven by malice and racism.