The Judiciary The Judiciary

Judiciary Branch

The Judiciary In terms of Article 78 of the Constitution, judicial powers are vested in the Courts of Namibia, which consists of:

The Courts are independent and subject only to the Constitution and the law. No member of the Cabinet or the Legislative or any other person shall interfere with Judges or Judicial Officers in the exercise of their judicial functions. 

The judiciary branch is the third branch of Government and it is responsible for the interpretation of the laws of the Country as well as decisions and behavior of State and Government officials.