The Socio-Economic Rights contained in the South African Constitution are the result of a long struggle against many years of apartheid poverty, discrimination and inequality. But what do these hardwon rights, such as land and health care rights, mean for people in their everyday lives? What laws and institutions are available to assist people in protecting and advancing these rights?

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March 9, 2001 Nairobi (Reuters) - Leading Kenyan bookshops said on Friday that they were worried about stocking a novel by John Le Carre which contains critical references to President Daniel arap Moi's government.

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