“The Constitution is the sole protector of the poor and we will never be like Zimbabwe.”
“As long as the Constitution is upheld, South Africa cannot find itself in the same situation as Zimbabwe, where Robert Mugabe served as president for 37 years.”
The Constitution encapsulates the entire spirit of the new South Africa we embarked on in 1994. In a way, it reflects my naïve hopefulness at age 7, that everything will be alright, writes Alet Janse van Rensburg.
Each strand of wood bears a single line from the South African Constitution’s preamble, signifying the founding principles on which the country is built.
“Situated where an Old Fort prison once stood, the Constitutional Court removes the negativity of the area and replaces it with a positive symbol for South Africa’s future.”
The Arch For Arch structure displaying the 14 chapters of our Constitution is unifying, says Patricia de Lille.