Answer to Question #197651 in Law for Ayandah

Question #197651

which class does South african law, including the constitution serve, explain fully


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2021-06-01T04:38:03-0400

The republic of South Africa is a constitutional state with the constitution being the supreme law and Bill or Rights. The country laws are all based on the constitution. South Africa serves a mixed legal system which is composed of a hybrid of Roman Dutch civilian law, the English common law, customary and religious personal law. All these laws are in line with the provisions of Bill of Rights and the constitution. 


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