n Journal for Contemporary History - Die Grondwethof na tien jaar : 'n analitiese beskouing van die plek, rol en funksie van dié hof in Suid-Afrika se nuwe grondwetlike bedeling




The Constitutional Court is after ten years probably still one of the most unknown institutions of the judiciary among the general public with regard to its place, role and function in the judicial and political order of South Africa. A critical analysis of the activities of the Court notwithstanding reflects a picture of an institution which proved to be one of the most important shackles in the chain of institutions through which a true democratic dispensation can be guaranteed and kept in place.


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