BREAKING NEWS FLASH: Fiery Chief Justice Mogoeng says he will appeal

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng this evening (PHOTO: Zoom screen shot)

We will publish a detailed report on this matter tomorrow, Monday March 15

During an online thanksgiving service this evening Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng announced he will be appealing against the findings against him by the Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC) and its order that he apologise unconditionally for remarks he made about Israel during a webinar in June last year.

Speaking during a service arranged by the Healing the Nation of Africa Campaign which he leads, he argued forcefully and systematically against the finding of Judge Phineas Mojapelo that he had contravened five articles of the Judicial Code of Conduct, including “becoming involved in political controversy”.

He said it was necessary for him to appeal against Mojapelo’s finding against him because of the harm that judges and magistrates would be exposed to if was to set a precedent.

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In his message the chief justice spoke of repeated prophetic words that had been conveyed to him that he was called to be the next president of South Africa. He said he sought nothing other than to do God’s will and thanked the Lord for protecting him through many attacks on him over the years — even including plots to kill him. He said he trusted that God will continue to protect him.

More than 270 Christian leaders from South Africa and various African nations participated in this evening’s service, which is still in process as I post this brief newsflash. The service follows a three-day time of prayer and fasting on behalf of the chief justice called by Apostle Linda Gobodo.

14 Comments

  1. Gaopalelwe Seleka

    To God be the gloryπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

  2. And the light shineth in darkness. And the darkness comprehendeth it not.

  3. There is absolutely nothing for the highly esteemed CJ to apologise. Is it a crime to express God’s mind publicly. I stand with you Sir

  4. Sino Nocwaka Klaas

    God with us πŸ™

  5. Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng did nothing wrong, we Christians its what we believe in

  6. Eleanor Wakefield

    Chief Justice Moegoeng did nothing wrong. There is no authority higher than our God Jehovah Gibbor.

  7. Stick to your beliefs and lead this nation Nothing wrong ,God is on your side, regardless the outcome.

  8. It is about time that we as Children of God stand up for our believes and we are behind you and pray for you.

  9. You are saving us from the pit of hell we need you Judge.. Thank you

  10. God will fight for you as He did for Moses.

  11. I have been praying for the Lord to raise hik up for him to start a political party and this is the first time I have read about these prophecies. This is just confirmation that what I saw in him is true! Let the Lord’s will be done. Don’t stop praying for South Africa!

  12. Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has constitutional right and what he done his within his rights. There should be more upright men like him and this country will not be corrupt.

  13. God the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ created heavens and earth …He is the Go who open the red sea…JC…I behind you with prayer all the time ….God Almighty will show up…to them ,,they must ask Pharaho

  14. Can this statement be political? “I cannot hate a Jew, a Palestinian or any other nationality”. Why apologetic when a man says I love them all? How construed is the world we live in? With you Servant of the Most High. Persecution is the not the ultimate. Truth still marches on and prevails above all circumstances. Praying for you-Keep on shining. Blessings