Judges Steven Majiedt and Zukisa Tshiqi have been appointed to the Constitutional Court. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the two will take up seats at the highest court of the land.
The judges will replace former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke and Bess Nkabinde
Ramaphosa selected the pair from a shortlist of five nominees. The President says he is confident the two will add value to the apex Court and serve with distinction. Their term starts on 1 October.
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