Retired deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke says it is false to say that Nelson Mandela was a ‘sell-out’.
Dikgang Moseneke has admitted that economic transformation and land were left out of the 1994 democracy negotiations but refuses to agree with the claims or narrative about Nelson Mandela betraying his own people during the negotiations.
Moseneke says it is false to say that Nelson Mandela was a ‘sell-out’.
“It will have to be dealt with and it lives side-by-side with growing the economy and finding more equalisation.”
Retired judge Albie Sachs says during the compilation of the Constitution they did not outline how to develop the economy.
“The Constitution needs building by the new people in power and to transform economically.”
Moseneke was speaking on the sidelines alongside retired judge Albie Sachs on various topics which affect the judicial system.