Malema questioned her abilities to handle high court matters, suggesting she was presently battling, but Lamminga replied this was solely his opinion.
“You accuse me of not being proactive. I am not helpless, but I can only do so much,” she said.
Lamminga said she felt it was not fair as she had not been prepared ahead of time for those questions, which she felt dominated the rest of her interview.
“Due to the way the interview was conducted, the process was not fair,” Lamminga said in her letter to the commission, adding that it had been impossible to answer the commission’s questions because she did not have access to the case record at the time.
While Lamminga was due to be interviewed again on Friday for a vacant position in the high court in Mpumalanga, she expressed the same matters would most likely be brought up and, like on Wednesday, she did not have access to the record and would again find it difficult to answer to those questions.