Can the President of South Africa, Mr Ja...

Asked by Edgar Adams on 13-05-2015 11:20:32
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 450.00

Can the President of South Africa, Mr Jacob Zuma including the South African Government be sued in his personal capacity for refusing to recognize Khoe and San people of South Africa and abolish the derogatory and amorphous Coloured race classification (already repealed) that is still in force in today's democratic South Africa?

What are the steps to be followed in pursuing this matter in the High Court or Constitutional Court?

Lastly what is the cost involved in such litigation and duration thereof?

Edgar Adams

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