Health advocacy organisation African Alliance has filed a formal complaint with the Judicial Services Commission against South African Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoengfollowing utterances he made regarding vaccines while delivering a public prayer at Tembisa Hospital in December last year. Times Live reports that the Alliance argues that Mogoeng has acted in a manner which is incompatible with, and unbecoming of, the holding of the judicial office, and that he breached the code of judicial conduct, calling on the Judicial Conduct Committee to urgently review and deal with the complaint to protect the public investments made in a Covid-19 vaccine. “Let’s be clear: vaccines are not made by the devil and do not change your DNA,” the head at African Alliance, Tian Johnson, who submitted the complaint on behalf of the organisation, said.
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