Sydney Majoko
3 minute read
21 Sep 2021
7:00 am

The judiciary must must stay intact and keep fighting

Sydney Majoko

The constitution is the glue that holds this flawed country together and without its laws and rules, chaos would ensue.

The Constitutional Court full bench. Picture: Gallo Images/Sowetan/Alon Skuy

There must be some sort of world record in the number of times that former president Jacob Zuma has had a case directly related to him or about him adjudicated in a court of law. It is a rather sad record for him because in most of these cases, judgments have been overwhelmingly against him. His legal team is even going outside this country’s borders to petition the African Court on Human and People’s Rights for being tried in absentia by the Constitutional Court. This after the former president’s latest loss in the courts as the country’s apex court ruled...