Ketlogetswe’s judgment is confusing – Tau

Judge Tau has granted the IEC their sought expedited appeal
Judge Tau has granted the IEC their sought expedited appeal

With the Court of Appeal (CoA) this week granting the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) its sought expedited appeal, the apex court Judge President Tebogo Tau has outlined that Justice Gaolapelwe Ketlogetswe’s November 10 temporary order is confusing and has the effect of finality.

Ketlogetswe’s November 10 ruling confirmed an October 31 rule nisi ordering the IEC to allow the UDC to observe and monitor the General Election voters’ registration exercise which has since been suspended indefinitely

. In her ruling, which determined whether IEC’s case is appeallable, Justice Tau said Justice Ketlogetswe’s order is confusing because one of the paragraphs is interim in nature while the other has some effect of finality.

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