CARMEL RICKARD: Unravelling tender irregularities
The Namibian bench is blessed with a judge who not only issues wise rulings, but couches them in the language of the poets
Sometimes, a judgment is worth reading as much for the style and approach of the judge as for the decision itself.
In particular, I try not to miss the decisions handed down by Thomas Masuku. He was thrown out of his native Eswatini on trumped-up grounds by the since disgraced chief justice, but is now rather more appreciated on the bench of the high court of Namibia.