In this fifth segment in a series, Vuyani Ngalwana SC is in conversation with the Judge President of the Gauteng High Court of South Africa, Dunstan Mlambo.
We explore more of the Man behind the Judicial Robes and gain some insights on his views on the following issues:
Is the perceived “Notoriety” of the Pretoria High Court Justified?
What does the preventing of the President in the “State Capture” case from exercising his constitutional power to appoint the Judge to Chair a Commission of Inquiry say about the presumption of Impartiality in a Judge?
What’s your view on South Africa’s briefing patterns?
Do Judges lose their political rights and free speech rights just for being Judges?
In this second segment in a series, Vuyani Ngalwana SC is in conversation with the Judge President of the Gauteng High Court of South Africa, Dunstan Mlambo.
The Gauteng High Court comprises two courts: the South Gauteng High Court with its seat in the Johannesburg Central Business District, and the North Gauteng High Court, situated in South Africa’s Capital City, Pretoria, in the Tshwane Municipality.
The two courts are the busiest among high courts in South Africa, making Judge President Mlambo arguably the busiest Head of Court in the country.
In this second segment we explore more of the Man behind the Judicial Robes – “a New Generation Judge” – and gain some insights on his journey from Acting Judge of the Labour Court to the Supreme Court of Appeal and then as Judge President.
Get some insight on what is special about labour lawyers, human rights lawyers and life in the Supreme Court of Appeal.
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