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LEGAL PHILOSOPHY NAME: Kganyago Manoko Francinah STUDENT NO: 55600735 SUBJECT CODE: LJU4801 UNIQUE NO: 733856 Assignment : 1 Question 1 Definition of the following concepts 1.1 Transformative constitutionalism constitutional transformation in South Africa includes the dismantling of the formal structures of apartheid, the explicit targeting and ultimate eradication of the (public and private) social structures that cause and reinforce inequality, the redistribution of social capital along egalitarian lines, an explicit engagement with social vulnerability in all legislative, executive and judicial action and the empowerment of poor and otherwise historically marginalised sectors of society through pro-active and context-sensitive measures that affirm human dignity (see Moseneke (2002 18 SAJHR 309 at 318-319; De Vos (2001) 17 SAJHR 258 at 267; Constitution as providing: a historic bridge between the past of a deeply divided society characterised by strife, conflict, untold suffering and injustice, and a future

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