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APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY PUBLIC PROTECTOR AD HOC COMMITTEE
14 September 2005
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Members discussed the suitability of their shortlisted 11 applicants for the position of Deputy Public Protector. Interviews would take place during the Parliamentary recess (19 September to 7 October) and the successful candidate would be notified on 18 October.
This Ad Hoc Committee had been established on 26 May 2005. The Chairperson informed Members that the closing date for nominations for the position of Deputy Public Protector had been 2 August. He had not been satisfied with number of women nominated for this position. There had been nine male candidates and only one female candidate. After the position had been re-advertised, two more men and three women had been nominated. Mr J Murphy had withdrawn from the list of candidates.
He suggested that the Committee went through the list of candidates along with their CVs to check if they met the requirements. A successful candidate should have been admitted as an attorney or advocate for ten years, and/or have lectured law at university for the same period years, and/or be a Member of Parliament. 18 October would be the selection date for the successful candidate.
The following candidates had been identified as suitable for the position as Deputy Public Prosecutor and would be invited for interviews:
Mr M Moabi
Mr B Monama
Mr R Zungu
Mr R Dehal
Mr V Samuel
Dr Uys van Zyl
Dr J Delport
Advocate F Rousseau
Professor B Ndaki
Advocate W Bezuidenhout
Advocate M Shai
The meeting was adjourned.
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