rule of law

Women Chief Justices in Africa: why are they under threat?

WOMEN in African’s top judicial positions will have been watching the case of their colleague, the Chief Justice of Seychelles, Mathilda Twomey, with more than keen interest. It is a remarkable fact that, of the southern and east African countries whose decisions we have been writing about recently, women hold top office in just a tiny number of countries. And yet most of these already few women are under scrutiny, facing threat of impeachment or prosecution.

South African Judicial Education Journal Vol.1 Issue 1, 2018

ARTICLES

SAJEI: A vehicle for the speedy delivery of quality justice to all our people by Mogoeng Mogoeng................................................................................... 1

Judicial training and the role of judges in a constitutional democracy by Heinz Klug.................................................................................................. 11

Judicial education in a transformative context by DM Davis................................. 25

To give and to gain: Judicial involvement in advocacy training by OL Rogers...... 31

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