Op-ed: Why South-Africa's Bill of Rights does not work as it should

By The Conversation, 20 March
South Africa’s constitution is celebrated globally for its visionary Bill of Rights. It’s among a handful of countries which integrate economic, social and cultural rights alongside traditional civil and political rights as legally enforceable rights. Its citizens are guaranteed the rights to vote, freedom of expression and a fair trial. They can also approach the courts when the[...] Read more here: The Conversation

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