Home » General » ZIMBABWE’S JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION BEGINS INTERVIEW CANDIDATES FOR PROECUTOR-GENERAL

HARARE, -- Zimbabwe's Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has conducted public interviews for the post of Prosecutor-General in line with the new Constitution adopted in 2013.

The post has been left vacant following the dismissal of former Prosecutor-General Johannes Tomana on a slew of charges relating to abuse of office in the middle of this year.

Seven candidates, including Acting Prosecutor-General Ray Goba, are lined up for the interviews for the country's top prosecuting job. The interviews were conducted Monday at a local hotel with lawyers, media personnel, law students and members of the public in attendance to watch the grilling.

Chief Justice Luke Malaba led a seven-member JSC panel interviewing the candidates. he basic questions centred on what the candidates would do to make the Prosecutor-General's department more effective in the discharge of its duties, and why they felt they were the right person for the job.

The hard questions also included issues around dubious conduct by some of the candidates.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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