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Documents

 

  • Summary of criteria used when considering candidates for judicial appointment
    In addition to the criteria set out by the Judicial Service Commission, the SAC-IAWJ requires that a member of the Association who wishes to be nominated and or supported in her/his appointment to the High Court bench or to Act in the High Court should have the following qualities:
    • (S)he must be a member in good standing for at least one uninterrupted year.
    • (S)he must promote the aim and objectives of the Association actively by participating in the programmes/projects lead by the Association in the Province (s)he is resident and or working

 

Newsletters

  • October 2017: “Let’s wrap the wide arms of the law around those who need it”
  • July 2017: The SAC-IAWJ celebrates the appointment of its founding members as President of the Supreme Court of Appeal and Justice of the Constitutional Court
  • February 2017: A year of Great Expectations
  • December 2016: Christmas Message from the President
  • October 2016: The SAC-IAWJ boosts of a New Executive Committee
  • August 2016:Women’s Day Celebrations
  • March 2016: Women in Leadership
  • December 2015: Discourage violence and abuse in our society
  • August 2015: Conference of Women Judges in Africa
  • February 2015: Reflections from the Executive Committee of the SAC-IAWJ
  • December 2014: Members across the country participate in community upliftment projects  
  • December 2013: Reflections from the Deputy President of the SAC-IAWJ Madam Justice S Naidoo

 

Articles

 

Media Statements & Speeches

 

Archives

  • Newsflash 02/2014 - Annual membership payment to the International Association of Women Judges
  • Newsflash 01/2014 - The Canadian Chapter of the IAWJ is generously offering financial aid to cover registration costs for eligible IAWJ members for the 12th IAWJ Biennial International Conference in Arusha, Tanzania from May 5-9, 2014.