He said the Supreme Court of Appeal finalised 223 out of the 225 appeals that were heard during the review period.
The chief justice said specialist courts had also performed well. The Labour Court and the Labour Appeal Court finalised 287 of the 427 matters it dealt with‚ while the Land Claims Court finalised 227 of 330 matters.
Mogoeng said the Constitutional Court finalised 295 out of the 437 cases it dealt with‚ equating to a 68% finalisation rate.
The workload of the ConCourt increased following the 17th amendment of the constitution‚ which expanded the court's jurisdiction to also deal with cases of general public importance‚ he said.
"Every case [that comes before the ConCourt] demands the attention of all 11 or available judges."