WORKER’S DAY: Our AFRICAN LAW REVIEW SPECIAL – the 10th Anniversary of the BLA-LEC

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Worker’s Day or ‘May Day’ as it is popularly known, is a day which recognizes the Trade Unions; Communist Party and other labour movements for the role they played in defiance of the apartheid regime and struggle.

In an ode to this day, we take a nostalgic trip down memory lane – where the acclaimed editor, Mathatha Tsedu covered with great enthusiasm, the 10th Anniversary of the Legal Education Centre. In the article, he cites and mentions some of our exemplary leaders and founders. Let us not give too much away, do read for yourself:

Remember how few we were when we started? Look at us now, just look at us. We are becoming ministers of justice, judges and we will become attorney generals and we will rule this country. We will.

Dikgang Moseneke DCJ

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