The Constitutional Court of South Africa
The Constitutional Court is the highest court in South Africa, established by the country’s first democratic Constitution in 1994. In an acclaimed new building at Constitution Hill, the 11 judges stand guard over the constitution and protect everyone’s human rights.
A Constitution sets out how all the elements of government are organized and how power is carved up among different political units. It contains rules about what power is wielded, who wields it and over whom it is wielded in the governing of a country.
And, as a kind of deal or contract between those in power and those who are subject to this power, a constitution defines the rights and duties of citizens, and the devices that keep those in power in check.
Our Constitution is the most important – or supreme – law of the land. No other law may conflict with it; nor may the government do anything that violates it.
Below is a Table of The Constitutional Court Cases
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