#1  S01.E01 - South Africa's dark past and present with judge Edwin Cameron

In this very first episode, we start our journey in South Africa. We interview the well renowned South African lawyer and retired judge from South Africa’s Constitutional Court, Judge Edwin Cameron, who is in conversation with Nangamso Kwinana of the Africa Liberal Network.
Judge Cameron gives us deep insights into South Africa's dark past and discusses the current human rights problems. Listen to his fascinating personal journey in the judiciary and his perspective of the country’s history.
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Season 1 / Episode 1 21 Sep 2020 English South Africa Politics · Government

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