Judiciary to become more efficient
The Chief Justice has announced the launch of three efficiency enhancement committees.
PRETORIA - Cases that drag on for years and poorly investigated dockets will be a thing of the past if the judiciary's National Efficiency Enhancement Committees are successful.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng announced the launch of three of these committees in Pretoria yesterday.
Gauteng Judge President Dunstan Mlambo says these committees plan to ensure that the promises on justice made in the Constitution are delivered to the public.
"Cases that take too long to go through our justice system will become a thing of the past."
Mogoeng says the committees will improve efficiency between departments.
"You need to create a platform on which all those who help the courts to function efficiently can meet and identify the problems together."
The committees have so far been launched in Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga.