The constitution is considered the supreme law of land and provides the foundation for societal and state transformation. South Africa's legal system is thus focused on transformation for its dedication to establish a non-sexist, non-racial and prosperous society founded on the promotion of human rights. Moreover, the nation's legal system articulates the nation's constitutional vision for an equal society, grounded on social justice while outlining various approaches that are more vital for the consolidation and proliferation of a transformation society for all South African citizens to reap the benefits of an equal society and protection of the law.
Most importantly, the legal system ought to be focused on transformation to mend the old order legislation, laws and legal model that continue to perpetuate the legacy of deprivation and apartheid thus transforming the numerous branches of law towards equal benefits establishing measures in place to guarantee the access to justice for all.
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