There seems to be no agreement between the executive and the judiciary over some areas of responsibility when issuing directives for the functioning of courts during SA’s lockdown, deputy justice minister John Jeffery told legal practitioners on Monday. 

When asked by legal practitioners about the discrepancies in directives issued by justice & correctional services minister Ronald Lamola and the judiciary, Jeffery said: “As I said, there’s possibly not agreement between the executive and the judiciary relating to who is responsible for what.” ..

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