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Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa Maya Mlokoti
Mmaya img.jpg
Mandisa Maya in chambers, Bloemfontein in 2015
President of the Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa
Assumed office
26 May 2017
Acting: October 2016 – 25 May 2017
DeputyJeremiah Shongwe (Acting)
Preceded byLex Mpati
Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa
In office
23 September 2015 – October 2016
Preceded byKenneth Mthiyane
Succeeded byJeremiah Shongwe (Acting)
Personal details
Born (1964-03-20) 20 March 1964 (age 56)
Tsolo, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Alma materDuke University
Georgetown University 
University of Natal
University of Transkei 
St. Johns College,Mthatha

Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa Maya (born March 20, 1964) is the first South African female jurist who has served as President of the Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa (SCA) since 26 May 2017.[1][2][3] She had previously served as a judge in the Mthatha High Court, as a puisne judge of the SCA and as Deputy President of the SCA, as well as holding acting positions in various courts.[4]


Mandisa Maya matriculated from St John's College, Mthatha and went on to obtain three degrees in law from the universities of the Transkei, the University of Natal and the Duke University in the United States from the years 1986 to 1990. [5]


Mandisa has worked in numerous courts and positions throughout her career, namely: Dazana Mafungo Inc. in Mthatha as an attorney's clerk (1987-1988); The Magistrate's Court, Mthatha as the Court Interpreter and Prosecutor (1988-1989); Woman's Legal Defense Fund, in Washington DC as a Legal Policy Counsel and Lobbyist; an assistant State Law Adviser, Mthatha (1991-1993), the Johannesburg Bar as a Puillage (1993); the University of Transkei where she worked as a Law Lecturer (1993-1995); the Transkei Bar as a Practicing Advocate (1994-1999); Cape High Court in Mthatha High Court as an Acting Judge (1999); The Mthatha High Court as a judge (2000); Labour Court in Grahamstown, Port Elizabeth, Bisho High Court as an Acting Judge; the Supreme Court of Appeal as an Acting Judge (2005); and the Supreme Court of Appeal as a Judge of Appeal (2006).


  1. ^ "SCA Judges' CV". Retrieved 2017-04-03.
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  3. ^ Digital, TMG (26 May 2017). "Judge Mandisa Maya is new president of the Supreme Court of Appeal". The Times. Retrieved 26 May 2017.
  4. ^ Evans, Jenni (6 March 2017). "Judge Maya makes SCA history… again". News24. Retrieved 28 May 2017.
  5. ^ "Justice Maya Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa". Retrieved 2019-12-29.
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