Judges weigh options after Khama’s triumph

Decider: The Lobatse High Court yesterday ruled in favour of president Khama, Chief Justice Maruping Dibotelo and the Attorney General
Decider: The Lobatse High Court yesterday ruled in favour of president Khama, Chief Justice Maruping Dibotelo and the Attorney General

The four suspended High Court judges are weighing a possible application to the Court of Appeal after Justice Tebogo Tau ruled in favour of President Ian Khama’s powers to suspend the four and appoint a tribunal to probe them.

Tau of the Lobatse High Court on Tuesday ruled against the four judges in a matter in which they were challenging their suspension and Khama’s decision to set up the tribunal.

A legal expert close to the developments said the four judges were studying the judgement and would make a decision soon.

Editor's Comment
A step in the right direction

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