SPEECH: STATE CAPTURE SINCE 1994 – AND THE ROLE THAT THE CONSTITUTION HAS PLAYED IN PROTECTING OUR DEMOCRACY
Twenty-four years ago when we established our new non-racial democracy we hoped that South Africa would settle down to the humdrum process of becoming a normal society. We hoped that we would be less ‘interesting’ than we had been during the preceding 30 years.
We were wrong. South Africa was never destined to be a boring country.