‘A captured judiciary’

The judiciary has the responsibility to deliver justice to all without fear or favour. Therefore, in that essence; independence, impartiality and integrity should be the bedrock of any judicial system.

These three key factors help in maintaining public trust in the judiciary, but if they are constantly questioned then trust and faith will eventually disappear subsequently threatening the confidence in the rule of law.

The judiciary in Botswana has been the talk of the town in the past with many questioning the way things are done and whether the public could still maintain trust in the system.

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