Constitution

 
A century of voter struggles told beautifully through people's promise and despair
A century of voter struggles told beautifully through people's promise and despair
Promise and Despair: The first struggle for a non-racial South Africa by Martin Plaut (Jacana)
Cope demands oath of loyalty to discover would-be deserters
Cope demands oath of loyalty to discover would-be deserters
In an unprecedented move, the Congress of the People (Cope) has set out to flush out “moles and spies” from its ranks before the August 3 local...
New South African identity must emerge
New South African identity must emerge
Last week, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation sponsored a conference focusing on the first 20 years of the Constitution. Many of the significant...
Constitution demands radical change
Constitution demands radical change
As we celebrate 20 years of South Africa’s Constitution, it is obvious that we should reflect on what it stands for and whether the ideals it...
Nkandla expenditure was not a 'normal political mistake' - Pierre de Vos
Nkandla expenditure was not a 'normal political mistake' - Pierre de Vos
The National Assembly might find there is nothing untoward for a court to rule that it or the president is in breach of its constitutional duties...
Thank the ANC for our democracy
Thank the ANC for our democracy
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The accidental constitutionalists
The accidental constitutionalists
Though this week’s Constitutional Court judgment on President Jacob Zuma’s financial culpability for the nonsecurity features of his Nkandla home...
Constitution lays the path to equality
Constitution lays the path to equality
The Constitution envisaged South Africa journeying from a racist and sexist past to a nonracial and nonsexist future. Given a history of sustained...
A legislative approach to tackling unemployment
A legislative approach to tackling unemployment
The South African Constitution does not guarantee the right to work. But South Africa recently ratified the International Convention on Economic,...
Editorial: Sapping our democracy
Editorial: Sapping our democracy
It seems Baleka Mbete, speaker of the National Assembly, has not learned the lesson of the Supreme Court of Appeal , which 17 years ago reminded her...
Bizos: Government must be the guardian of our Constitution
Bizos: Government must be the guardian of our Constitution
Where does the power of the Constitution lie? As a question of fact, it is merely a document containing words on paper. As a question of law, we...

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