Unpacking South Africa's Constitution and the Bill of Rights

The Constitution of South Africa is a crucial document that sets the guidelines for the functioning of the government and the rights of its citizens. CJN paralegal Sabelo Molefe provides an analysis of the Bill of Rights, separation of powers, Democratic Elections and the Rule of Law.

Mr Molefe reflects on South Africa’s constitutional commitment on democratic values, social justice, and human rights, aiming to create an inclusive and equitable society for all South Africans.

The South African Constitution lies in its role as a cornerstone of democracy by providing a set of principles that guide the government's actions and safeguard the rights of individuals.

Join us on this episode as we reflect on the country's Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
17 Aug 2023 English South Africa Education · News

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