A promise to the Constitution


A liberal non-conformist and a firm defender of natural justice, Judge Key Dingake is among the luminaries of Botswana’s judicial system. Veteran journalist, METHAETSILE LEEPILE, traces the Judge’s illustrious path through the decades

A fellow jurist once described Judge Oagile Bethuel Key Dingake as “a judge who possesses both head and heart,”distinguishing him from the type that is headless and heartless; one that has a head but no heart; and one with a heart but no head!  He was talking about the eminent judge’s temperament and sense of duty.

The accolade came from Mr. Justice Thomas Masuku of Swaziland,on the occasion of Judge Dingake’s celebrationof his 50 years and conferment of an honorary professorship by his alma mater, the University of Cape Town (UCT),  last December.

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