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Watershed political wars lie ahead
Watershed political wars lie ahead
The year 2018 was one of high political drama. There was the recall of former president Jacob Zuma and the unravelling of the state capture project...
Mashaba, SAHRC reach settlement on Ebola tweets
Mashaba, SAHRC reach settlement on Ebola tweets
City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba has reached a settlement with the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) regarding a tweet he...
South Africa must guard against the erosion of its social contract
South Africa must guard against the erosion of its social contract
The idea of government is rooted in a learnt human preference for social order and organisation, and the benefits thereof, as opposed to chaos....
Land reform can be done reasonably
Land reform can be done reasonably
Writing in 1995 for a unanimous Constitutional Court, Judge Ismail Mahomed expressed reservations about constitutional amendments on the grounds of...
Editorial: Restoring land is restoring dignity
Editorial: Restoring land is restoring dignity
When we talk about land in South Africa, we talk about earth firm enough to allow us to stand tall. When we talk about land, we talk about earth...
Visionary Tambo shaped our new SA
Visionary Tambo shaped our new SA
RIGHTSIf we did a paternity or maternity test on the South African Constitution, whose DNA do you think would come up? The answer is: Oliver...
Know your rights, says new government programme
Know your rights, says new government programme
Service delivery, education, housing and health are to be the key areas of a new programme launched by the department of justice and constitutional development and the Foundation for Human Rights, with funding from the European Union....
Independent institutions key to rights
Independent institutions key to rights
The rights in the Bill of Rights are not self-enforcing: they depend on a network of institutions created or supported by the Constitution. Without...
If the government fails to deliver, judges are obliged to act
If the government fails to deliver, judges are obliged to act
President Jacob Zuma certainly caught the attention of legal and political commentators when he addressed a judicial conference in Sandton last...

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