Jansen resigned as a judge of the Gauteng High Court Division with immediate effect, Bogani Ngqulunga said.
"The president has thanked Justice Jansen for her service and wished her well for her future endeavors," Ngqulunga said in a statement.
Jansen had been on special leave following comments she made on social media in 2015 that gave rise to a complaint to the Judicial Services Commission (JSC).
Jansen tendered her resignation last week after the JSC investigated the racial comments she made two years ago.
In a Facebook conversation with social justice activist Gillian Schutte in 2015, Jansen suggested that rape is an ingrained part of black people's culture.
Jansen's comments drew immediate outrage from members of the legal fraternity, political parties and ordinary South Africans.
Following her comments, the JSC proposed to Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Michael Masutha that Jansen be placed on special leave.
A new wave of racial tension has gripped South Africa over the past two years.
It all started in early 2015 when Penny Sparrow, an estate agent, labelled black revellers on public beaches in Durban during the New Year as "monkeys."
This prompted the ruling African National Congress (ANC) to push for the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill to criminalize
racism, which many fear is rearing its head in South Africa.
Once it becomes law, the bill will criminalize several forms of discrimination, including on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation,
religion and nationality.
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YANGON, June 11 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar U-19 football team will go on trips to Europe for training ahead of the AFC U-19 Championships to be hosted by Myanmar,
according to Myanmar Football Federation Wednesday.
Myanmar team will receive three-week training and play tune-up matches in Germany and England. They will leave here on June 29.
The team made up with 27 players is under intensive training at the camp as of early April this year.
In early May, the Myanmar team played Indonesia U-19 in tune-up matches in Indonesia, with one win and one draw.
The AFC U-19 Championship will be held in Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw from Oct. 9-23.
Host Myanmar was pooled in group A together with Yemen, Thailand and Iran.
BEIJING, Aug. 30 (Xinhua) -- Agricultural Bank of China (ABC),one of the country's biggest lenders, reported higher earningsgrowth Wednesday thanks to
steady increase of net interestincome.
The company's net profit attributable to equity holders rose 3.3percent year on year to 108.6 billion yuan (about 16.4 billion U.S.dollars) in the first six
months (H1), as calculated under theinternational financial reporting standards,
according to astatement filed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
This was higher than a 0.8-percent rise in the same period oflast year.
Net interest income, which accounted for 75.7 percent of thecompany's total operating income in H1, increased 6.2 percent yearon year.
Non-performing loan ratio stood at 2.19 percent by the end ofJune, lower than the 2.37-percent six months earlier.
The bank's provision coverage ratio, a measure of funds setaside to cover bad loans, rose to 181.8 percent from 173.4 percentat the end of last year.
In H2, the company will continue to focus on risk prevention,building a comprehensive risk management system while strictlycontrolling the quality of
new loans, according to thestatement.
ABC shares in Hong Kong rose 0.81 percent on Wednesday while itsshares in Shanghai fell 1.28 percent. Enditem
MAJURO, Marshall Islands, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) -- A festive atmosphere has greeted pacific island leaders here as the people of the Marshall Islands
Tuesday crammed the streets of Majuro for the opening ceremony of the 44th
Pacific Islands Forum (PIF), certain to focus attention on the challenges of
rising sea levels.
With host nation the Marshall Islands among the Pacific's most vulnerable states due to the inexorable rise in sea levels attributed to climate change,
the issue remains the key focus of the meeting's agenda.
Leaders including New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, Niue Premier Toke Talagi and Papaua New Guinean Prime Minister Peter O' Neill were welcomed by a
traditional Marshallese dance that dispelled bad sprits and has only been
performed six times outside of the islands in the last century.
Thousands looked on, with schoolchildren waving the flags of the 16 participating members, including the original seven founding members (Nauru, New
Zealand, Australia, Cook Islands, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa) as well as the smaller
island nations of Micronesia, Kiribati, Niue, Marshall Islands, Palau, Papua New
Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
Fiji remains suspended from the Forum after failing to meet a deadline for general elections after Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama took power in 2006.
Between 400 and 600 government, private sector, non-government organization and media representatives from around the world have been pouring into Majuro
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