The BRIDGE (organisation) was created between the old and the new and do not forget the “transformation” as well. What happened if the blacks tweet or say anything about the whites in this country – nothing. Are there two sets of rules – one for them and one for all the whites? Read this also with the so-called constitution, the appointment of judges made by the the ANC – ruling party (president).
Blankes word gedurig toegegooi met “rassisme” terwyl die eintlike rassiste daar in parlement sit en wette maak teenoor ons. WEER eens ruik mens ‘n ROT met die naam van George Soros hierbinne. Lees gerus van die OU na die “nuwe” .. en let op sake se hofuitsprake veral, wie is die betrokkenes. Lees en ken die kommunistiese Kodesa grondwet, wie stel regters aan…
Alles gaan oor die Velaphi Khumalo uitspraak – hierin word ‘n paar feite en inligting weergegee – ook van vorige blanke “oortreders” wat skuldig bevind was aan haatspraak en ook in die tronk moes gaan deurbring. Dit is ook duidelik dat die President van die land Regters aanwys en aanstel. Daar is ook op die “BRIDGE” afgekom. Hulle is deel van die BRUG wat geskep is tussen die ou en die nuwe regimes (regsbank). En sommige aangeleenthede op die regsbank, verklaar heelwat meer as mens die inligting behoorlik bestudeer – dis netso aangehaal.
Bestudeer die huidige KODESA kommunistiese Grondwet en leer wie die regters aanstel:
Die President van die land. Die vrae en antwoorde is duidelik en is ‘n bekommernis, hoe kan dit ‘n onafhanklike regsbank wees as die regters deur die President van die land en politieke party is?
Voor Ramaphosa het Zuma die regters aangewys.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011 – NEW JUDGES APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT ZUMA
Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma has appointed new judges for the Supreme Court of Appeal and various other High Courts in the country.
“I wish all the judicial officers all the best in discharging their responsibility in this important arm of the state and in furtherance of our Constitutional democracy,” Zuma said.
The appointments were made under Section 174 of the Constitution and on the advice of the Judicial Service Commission.
The judges, whose appointments were made mostly on existing vacancies, include:
* Khayelihle Kenneth Mthiyane appointed as Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, with effect from 1 December 2011
* Chimanlal Narotam Patel as Judge President of the KwaZulu-Natal High Court, Durban, with immediate effect
* Advocate Glenn Graham Goosen SC as a Judge of the Eastern Cape High Court, Grahamstown, with effect from 1 January 2012
* Advocate Johannes Petrus Daffue SC as a Judge of the Free State High Court, Bloemfontein, with effect from 1 January 2012
* Lepono Joshua Lekale as a Judge of the Free State High Court, Bloemfontein, with effect from 1 January 2012
* Advocate Jacqueline Irene Henriques as a Judge of the KwaZulu-Natal High Court, Durban, with immediate effect
* Zaba Philip Nkosi as a Judge of the KwaZulu-Natal High Court, Durban appointed with immediate effect
* Advocate Rashid Abdul Kader Vahed SC as a Judge of the KwaZulu-Natal High Court, Durban, with immediate effect
* Ellem Jacob Francis as a Judge of the South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg, with immediate effect
* Tshifhiwa Anthony Maumela as a Judge of the North Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, with effect from 30 January 2012
* Advocate Roland Terence Sutherland SC as a Judge of the South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg, with effect from 30 January 2012
* Mmonoa Jowie Teffo as a Judge of the North Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, with effect from 30 January 2012.
President Zuma has also, in terms of section 153(4) read with section 153(6) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995), on the advice of the Judicial Service Commission, appointed Advocate Zolashe Mzilikazi Lallie, with effect from 1 January 2012 as a Judge of the Labour Court for a period of 10 years.
He has also appointed, in terms of section 153(4) read with section 153(6) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995), Hilary Rabkin-Naicker, with effect from 1 January 2012 as a Judge of the Labour Court for a period of 10 years.
In terms of section 19(1) (b) read with section 19(2) of the Electoral Commission Act, 1996(Act No. 51 of 1996), Buyiswa Majiki was appointed as a member of the Electoral Court, with immediate effect in an existing vacancy for a period of five years.
Uitspraak – dat daar aan een of ander welsynsorganisasie wat “versoening” bewerkstellig betaal word is niks anders as dubbel standaarde nie. Dit was blanke volkslede teenoor wie die uitspraak gemaak is om hulle uit te wis. Met Sparrow se uitspraak wat gemaak was, moes sy R150000 aan die Oliver en Adelaide Tambo Trust uitgemaak word.
Ander persoon wat die K woord uitgespreek het, het 2 jaar tronkstraf gekry.
4 October 2018
Renaldo’s view on the sentence
Velaphi Khumalo – Regter Roland Sutherland
Uitspraak gemaak oor uitlatings teenoor blankes in Suid-Afrika
The difference to KILL WHITES and to call somebody a “Monkey” – Sentence
In her post Sparrow had referred to black people as “monkeys”. The post went viral and led to a public outcry about racism. Mdumiseni Ntuli, the ANC’s provincial spokesman, said the party believed that the court had been “lenient” and that a jail term should have been imposed. “In our view the court failed to take into account the impact of black people being called monkeys 20 years after democracy by a white person. We are not sure that the court applied its mind to the pain that the comment caused.” Senior advocate Vuyani Ngalwana said while he did not know what reasoning the court had used in its judgment, he believed the sentence given to Sparrow did not send a “strong message” to society.
She was also given a two-year prison sentence which was wholly suspended for five years on condition that she be not convicted of crimen injuria in the period of suspension. She was taken to the Equality Court by the ANC and in June this year, magistrate Irfaan Khalil ruled that she had to pay R150 000 to the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Trust for her post. In that case Sparrow was also ordered to pay the legal fees of the ANC.
Sparrow sentence – double standards
FURTHERMORE … I quote from the BRIDGE website – who are they?
Members of the Johannesburg Bar have traditionally established Groups, akin to sets in the English Bar. The Bridge Group was founded in 1971 in Innes Chambers, and by convention, styled themselves by their address, Group 444. One founder member remains, Rob Wise SC, who celebrated our 45th anniversary with us in 2016.
Upon establishment, Wise recruited Anton Mostert SC to lead the Group and Richard Goldstone to join. When Mostert became a judge in 1974, Johann Kriegler SC was recruited to lead the Group, which he did until 1985 when he became a judge. In 1980, when Goldstone became a judge, Mostert returned to the Bar after his exposure of the government’s secret funding of the Citizen newspaper. He took up Goldstone’s chambers and practised until his tragic death in 1999.
Judge Fikile Bam, President of the Land Claims Court, served pupillage in 1979 with Rex Van Schalkwyk, himself a judge from 1988 – 1996. Bam was prevented from practicing in Johannesburg by the Group areas Act, and initially “returned” to the Transkei, and later joined the Legal Resources Centre in Port Elizabeth. Carol Bruyns, a founder member, and one of only a few women at the Bar in the 70s’ and early 80s’ left to pioneer the Public Defender’s office in Johannesburg. Smeath Thomas was among the eccentrics that populated the membership in the early days of the group, he was reputedly fluent in Latin and was frequently accompanied to Chambers by his Basset Hound called “Judge”.
Bridging the Divide
The High Court Precinct was the Bar’s home from 1961. In 1996 lawyers joined the migration to Sandton. Group opinion was divided on moving. The solution was to “bridge the divide” and be in the City and in Sandton.
“The Bridge” was adopted as our name. The City pillar of The Bridge was lost when the Innes Chambers lease ended, but the Group still keeps consultation facilities in Pitje Chambers as a door member. The Group is one of only four of the original 15 Groups from the City to preserve its identity after the migrations.
Several members served on the Bar Council, four as chairman, including Johann Kriegler and Lewis Goldblatt. Kriegler and Goldstone served on the SCA and on the CC.
Percy Blieden, Neels Claasen, Fritz Van Oosten, Piet Meyer and Roland Sutherland serve on the South Gauteng High Court.
Sharmin Ebrahim serves on the Free State High Court.
Robert Lagrange is a Labour Court judge
Commitment to Transformation and Diversity
The Group pioneered several transformation interventions. In 1999 it introduced the first “Junior Associate membership” which gave beginners the amenities of practice at a nominal fee for up to two years. In 2002 it added to the pupil/ pupil master pairing, a “Silk Mentor”, and later added a junior as confidant.
Since 2003 the Group has partnered with Wits Law Clinic to facilitate pro bono work, an example of combining professional training with access to justice.
Die Brug / The Bridge
Our Advocates :
- Sello Alcock
- Emma Anderson
- Fumani Baloyi
- Heidi Barnes
- Paul Belger
- Gillian Benson
- Daniel Berger SC
- Jonathan Berger
- Adriana Bevilacqua
- JP Coetzee SC
- Ashley Cook
- Craig Cothill
- Faye Ann Darby
- Marco De Oliveira
- Irene de Vos
- Melanie Feinstein
- Greg Fourie SC
- Chris Georgiades SC
- Grace-Marie Goedhart SC
- Julie-Anne Harwood
- Garth Hulley SC
- Chantelle Humphries
- Sekgothadi Kabelo
- Sha’ista Kazee
- Paul Kennedy SC
- Group Manager
- Abdullah Laher
- Alan Lamplough
- Lauren Leeuw
- Nicole Lewis
- Desirée Lundström
- Ndumiso Mahlangu
- Thabang Makgalemele
- Zweli Makgalemele
- Tebogo Manchu
- Gordon Mashigo
- Michael Matlapeng
- Xolani Matyolo
- Kerensa Millard
- Ntombi Mncube
- Loyiso Mnqandi
- Theodore Mokhatla
- Keabetswe Mokotedi
- Lerato Monnakgotla
- Les Morison SC
- Salim Nakhjavani
- Shirley Nathan SC
- Zinhle Ngwenya
- Annamart Nieman
- Mark Oppenheimer
- Chris Orr
- Ilana Ossin
- John Peter SC
- Gloria Phajane
- Lerato Phasha
- Erin Richards
- Michelle Rodrigues
- Raqeem Saint
- Robert Scholtz
- Nathan Segal
- Lee Segeels
- Thabo Seneke
- Ross Shepstone
- Mabasa Sibanda
- Brian Slon
- Luc Spiller
- Ashton Steenekamp
- Nicky Strathern
- Paul Strathern SC
- Naki Stylianou
- Cinzia Vallaro
- Michael van As
- Pieter van der Berg SC
- Hans van der Riet SC
- Marius van Wyk
- Esbie Venter
- Ferdi Venter
- Robert Wise SC
- Manfred Witz
- Gerhard YoungUNQUOTE