Blog entries from: Constitutionally Speaking

This blog deals with political and social issues in South Africa, mostly from the perspective of Constitutional Law. Written by Pierre de Vos

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December 3 2014

From Constitutionally Speaking Wed Dec 3 2014, 04:52:46

Last week the Constitutional Court confirmed that Parliament had failed to comply with its previous judgment on the unconstitutionality of the legislation that created the Hawks. But the court also reminded us that no amount of legal tinkering could guarantee the unit's effectiveness in combatting corruption. Institutions do not (on their own) stop corruption. People [...]

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