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MAJESTIC WALK: Suspended Chief Justice Michael Ramodibedi with his wife Janet and a relative during a break at the Royal Swazi Convention Centre Libandla Room for his hearing before Judicial Service Commission (JSC) yesterday. (Pics: Lucky Simelane)

Suspended CJ finally comes out

Ramodibedi ends his self-imposed 37-day house arrest and attends first day of the hearing before the JSC at Royal Swazi Convention Centre at Libandla Room at Ezulwini yesterday. He reminded Acting CJ Bheki Maphalala and JSC members that he is still the Chief Justice of the country.
 
 

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