The Democratic Alliance (DA) says the burglary at the offices of Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng is "an attack on our judiciary which we must all condemn in the strongest terms".
Thieves made off with 15 computers containing sensitive information about Constitutional Court judges and officials in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Police are still investigating.
DA says it's highly suspicious that the break-in occurred the day after the ConCourt ruled on social grants.
We are shocked and angered at the news that the Office of #ChiefJustice has been robbed. - Breytenbach MP— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) March 19, 2017
Like the robbery at the Helen Suzman Foundation, almost a year ago, we view this as an act of intimidation. - Breytenbach MP #ChiefJustice— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) March 19, 2017
Attacks on the judiciary cannot be allowed to stand and must be dealt with with the urgency and seriousness they deserve. #ChiefJustice— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) March 19, 2017
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