The constitution contains a number of rights, balanced by the same number of obligations to the individual that wants to claim a specific right.
Our political parties should serve the people of the country and they must refrain from any wrong doings.
The Constitution means to me: history, hope, and the chance to always begin again.
The Constitution should be a work-in-progress. It must demonstrate practically that it safeguards the rights of each and every citizen.
“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.”
“Archbishop Desmond Tutu has always fought for what is right and just. He is a man of integrity.”
The Constitution means a tremendous amount but sadly we are not living it out, says Bishop Margaret Vertue.
“Young people need to maximise the opportunities that the Constitution offers,” says Albie Sachs.