“Traditional Leadership Bill is a dangerous throwback to core principles of apartheid”

We are now in conversation with Sindiso Mnisi Weeks, an Assistant Professor, at School for Global Inclusion and Social Development, at the University of Massachusetts Boston in America, who says "South Africa still has a long way to go to settle traditional leadership challenges". This after rural activists marched to the government's headquarters in Pretoria to protest against the Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill awaiting signature by President Cyril Ramaphosa, and the Traditional Courts Bill which has been passed by the National Assembly and is now before the National Council of Provinces. They say the pending laws reduce their constitutional rights.

GUEST: Sindiso Mnisi Weeks, an Assistant Professor, at School for Global Inclusion and Social Development, at the University of Massachusetts Boston in America
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