Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
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Over the past two days the presence of Cyril Ramaphosa at the Marikana Inquiry has held a significant presence in the news.
I blog in peace. And I blog from a very cold, wet and rainy Cape Town.
Yesterday was the first day of cross-examination of Oscar, and it was a stark representation of why I am opposed to the adversarial system in civil justice and the accusatorial system in criminal justice as the best means to accomplish justice.
Elections are coming up on 7 May this year and all hell seems to be breaking loose. There seems to be a feeding frenzy of political parties scoring shots off opponents’ weaknesses.
The system is also strongly about the rules of play. We have an artificial system of evidence as opposed to a free system of evidence.
Here is the truth: at this point, no one knows the truth, but you. You are the custodian of what really happened on the night of Valentine’s day last year.
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