Radical Economic Transformation is anchored in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996. Pieces of legislation have been passed in order to give effect to it. The President of South Africa pronounced it in his State of the Nation Address. Yet, the term “Radical Economic Transformation” has become something of a swear word in recent years in South Africa. This raises the question: Why?

This short paper explores this question and more.

Read the full Analysis here RET – A Constitutional Perspective – Website