Amnesty International looks at South Africa's human rights 25 years on

South Africa's post-election government must put human rights at the centre of its policies or risk shackling people to the chains of unemployment, poverty and inequality for decades to come. This is according to Amnesty International report published 25 Years On: A Human Rights Manifesto for South Africa today. Amnesty International South Africa's manifesto puts forward eight issues, with recommendations, that it considers important for the government-elect and political parties to commit to in order to build a rights-respecting society. More from General Secretary of the Right's Group, Kumi Naidoo...