Having fought off rape
and corruption allegations, Jacob Zuma, the President of South Africa,
is no stranger to legal controversy. However, his previous woes fade
into insignificance when compared with the furore created by his
nomination of Judge Mogoeng Mogoeng as the next president of the
Constitutional Court and Chief Justice of South Africa.
If the number of written
complaints streaming into the Judicial Service Commission is anything to
go by, his nominee is going to face a very tough time indeed when he
undergoes a public interview in Cape Town on Saturday to determine if he
is fit to hold the country's highest legal office.
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