“Today people are not oppressed by pass-laws, kids can travel to the city and walk in the city and never imagine apartheid in the city.”
“The Constitution gives us rights but with rights comes a great responsibility.” What does the Constitution mean to you?
What does the Constitution mean to you? How has it improved or changed your life? Join the conversation.
“There’s no point to a Constitution governed by incompetence and greed and countless holidays.”
We should be reminded that the 1994 Constitution was only a...
The Constitution is a bit like the T&Cs or small print in any contract, except it’s a bit more accessible and meaningful to everyone, writes Roy McKenzie.
Freedom of speech is something that I as a South African did not know during apartheid, writes Lorraine Gericke.
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.