SOUTH AFRICA'S CONSTITUTION AT TWENTY-ONE

: Meiring (J.) ed.

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215pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2017

 

A collection of essays on what South Africa's Constitution means for South Africans.

Contributions include:
"The Genesis of South Africa's Constitution" and an interview with Johann Kriegler by Jean Meiring
"How I learnt to loathe myself and love the Constitution" by Rian Malan
"'Boerehaat' and Revanchism: the dark side of South Africa's Constitution" by Dan Roodt
"The Constitution and President Zuma, the innocent dupe" by Ranjeni Munusamy
"Constitutional Delinquency is a Precondition for Black Liberation" by Andile Mngxitama
“The Right to Land Remains a Thorny Issue" by Jackie Dugard.

Jean Meiring is a member of the Johannesburg Bar.