Moroka explains reasons for interdicting Motlhabi


FRANCISTOWN: Justice Lot Moroka has released reasons for prohibiting the Registrar and Master of High Court, Michael Motlhabi, from holding interviews for the position of senior executive clerk of court (D2) scale until a review application by the applicant, Angela Ralekgobo, is heard.

Ralekgobo had filed an urgent application on November 1 before Moroka, stopping Motlhabi in his tracks from conducting the interviews. The Attorney General (AG) representing the Ministry of Defence, Justice and Security is cited as the second respondent.

In his judgement, Moroka stated that Ralekgobo has been an employee of the Administration of Justice (AoJ) for 31 years and served as clerk of court in various grades over the years.

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