oa Constitutional Court Review - Reflections on post-apartheid being and becoming in the aftermath of amnesty :

Volume 3, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 2073-6215



In this note I discuss the case of . Also, although my main focus will fall on , I refer to the recent defamation case of Robert McBride briefly. Both these cases disclose a few of the many complexities of the 'intersection' between an apartheid past and a future that is post-apartheid, particularly post-apartheid being or rather becoming. Beyond illuminating the wider questions of post-apartheid being, becoming and subjectivity, these cases also contribute to something more specific, namely the becoming of a post-apartheid jurisprudence.

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