Foreign National's Constitutional Rights

In this episode we delve into the intriguing topic of foreign nationals constitutional rights and work permits for foreign nationals.

CJN paralegal Sabelo Mfeka and Izwi Lomzansi radio presenter Menzi Jele further look into the concept of statelessness, exploring the constitutional definition of who qualifies as a foreign national.

Join the conversation as we unpack the intricate question of who qualifies as a foreigner. Drawing from legal definitions, cultural contexts and geopolitical considerations.
17 Aug 2023 English South Africa Education · News

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