Interview 1 with Muzi Sikhakhane SC – Does law serve society?

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In this conversation, Dr Claudelle and Muzi Sikhakhane SC look through the lens of law and explore questions such as: what the relationship between law and politics? Does law serve society?  How do we create law that works for everyone, when there are diverse views around what is right and wrong? Do we have gaps in the Constitution? How can the average person use their agency as a citizen to influence a change in the law when the law is no longer serving society? Can you apply sound law and have unethical outcomes?

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10 Responses

  1. Thank you SC and Doc for this interesting interview.

    Saviour mentality, something I was not aware of…….Let me do an introspection right away.

  2. Thank you so much Doc for bring Sikhakhane SC. He is one of the speakers I can listen to all day everyday. Lastly, you are so beautiful

  3. Thank you for the highly educative interview really it open many conciousness to me !!!

  4. Thank you very much for such a deep interview with SC Sikhakhane. I liked the central discussion on self reflection and self criticism and empathy. Keep up the good work.

  5. Dear Dr Claudelle

    What a brilliant interview and an honest guest Mr Sikhakhane SC. The man is so principle something that is now dying in our society. I wish a lighter version interview for the younger generation can be “done” and exposed to them.

    Keep doing a great job.

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