Legal help for victims

2015-04-18 00:00

FREE legal assistance will be available for victims of xenophobic attacks in KZN.

The Law Society of SA yesterday said both the KwaZulu-Natal Law Society and the Law Society of the Northern Provinces had agreed that attorneys in their areas will be available to provide pro bono (free) legal help to victims of xenophobia.

“We need to take our country back to a peaceful place. Next year we will celebrate 20 years of our Constitution. In order to do so proudly and meaningfully, we need to guarantee the rights enshrined in the Constitution for all people who live in our country,” said LSSA co-chairpersons Busani Mabunda and Richard Scott.

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