South African parliament invites public submissions on changes to Constitution

By Jenni Evans, 29 April 2016
Photo credit: Parliament of South Africa
Photo credit: Parliament of South Africa
<p>Members of the public can have their say on which parts of the Constitution they believe should be reviewed after Parliament's joint constitutional review committee on Thursday extended an invitation for submissions.</p><p>The Constitution has been in the limelight more than ever over since the Constitutional Court on March 31 ruled that the Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's remedial action must be adhered to in the case of the millions of rands of state money spent on non-security upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's home in Nkandla.</p>
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