Mosojane speaks - Part III


I feel the urge to go further after my submissions to you of June 6, 2022, at Masunga. This arises from the realisation that most of the oral submissions before you have very little or nothing to do with the Constitution.

This may be an indication of how poor our education system is. For example, and I suspect, it may have something to do with not teaching our children the true history of their country.

Secondly, in some countries constitutions appear in the multiplicity of the languages spoken in those countries, which is not the case in this country, for obvious reasons.

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