I do not favour any judge – CJ


As allegations of favouritism, interference, forum shopping and unbalanced empanelling of judges continue to rock the judiciary.

However, Chief Justice Terrance Rannowane dismisses the allegations as simply figments of people's imaginations. In an interview with Mmegi this week, Rannowane said there is no favouritism within the judiciary.

He was quick to point out that it is false that he prefers some judges over others when dealing with ‘national interest’ matters. The CJ maintains: “There is no favouritism in the judiciary and no judge is preferred over the other.

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