Gross misconduct complainant against Mlambo offered to ‘settle’ with JSC

No prima facie evidence to substantiate gross misconduct allegations against Gauteng judge president Dunstan Mlambo, JSC rules

09 May 2024 - 21:37 By FRANNY RABKIN

The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) gave a terse one-line reason for its decision on Monday that it had cleared Gauteng judge president Dunstan Mlambo in a complaint of gross misconduct by advocate Anthony Brink, saying only that there was “no prima facie evidence” to substantiate his allegations of corruption against Mlambo...

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