Mogoeng Mogoeng warned ministers that they would be judged "brutally" if they broke their oaths.
It has been a remarkable week: a new president and the Guptas being hunted. Our constitutional order is still standing.
The president has resisted any and all attempts to prise open the dark recesses of state capture. Why open the door now?
Everybody's trying to figure out what Zuma is playing at.
The chief justice appealed to business to help solve SA's problems.
Chief justice says the courts are accused of overreaching when political parties use the courts to resolve internal disputes.
The chief justice has questioned whether South Africans had forgotten the ideals of Bram Fischer.
It sure is difficult to predict the outcome, but, either way, Zuma will most likely remain untouched.
The Speaker of Parliament's comments have worried Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng.
He handed the decision back to Mbete, but urged she act in the best interests of citizens.