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SA’s courts are in a sorry state, with many judicial officers struggling to secure the most basic of tools for their trade, such as access to literature and a working internet.

This is the gist of the feedback from officials of the office of the chief justice (OCJ) during a parliamentary portfolio committee meeting last week. MPs who quizzed them concluded that rehabilitating the courts must be among the top priorities for recently appointed chief justice Raymond Zondo...

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