The South African Constitution grants equal human, political and social rights to all men and women regardless of race, ethnicity or language all adult South African citizens have the right to vote and hold office and Section 9.3 of the Bill of Rights states that the state may not unfairly discriminate straight or indirectly on grounds includingrace, colour, ethnic or social origin, culture or language. We could not have reached the point where an person or a political party can bribe a large component of the country to hold a government position.It really is since numerous people in Africa

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