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Sisulu's argument on lack of justice for blacks holds water

Sisulu raises a number of issues about the glacial pace of redress, the lack of economic justice and the failures of the constitution to effect material changes in the lives of the poor black majority

Over the past week, South Africans have had a front-row seat to a very interesting debate that was sparked by ANC NEC member and minister of tourism, Lindiwe Sisulu, around the lack of transformation of SA society and the role of the constitution in facilitating the problem.

In an opinion piece titled “Hi Mzansi, have we seen justice?”, Sisulu raises a number of issues about the glacial pace of redress, the lack of economic justice and the failures of the constitution to effect material changes in the lives of the poor black majority...

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