Concerns over racism, a lack of votes, and poor performance are among reasons the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has given for not appointing qualified candidates to vacancies at the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) after conducting interviews last month.

The JSC sought to recommend candidates to fill judicial vacancies at the SCA, the Gauteng High Court, the labour court and others. However, the JSC only recommended two names for the SCA’s four vacancies...

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