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Byline: Daniel Browde
The fine art of South African justice EVEN on the most trying days you can see something that frees up some space in your heart and reminds you why you are here. There is mostly no telling what will have this effect until it happens. A kind face in the street. A kite flown by an unseen hand. Something reminds you of the possibilities of the day.
There is one place in Johannesburg that does this to me every time, and whenever I go there I wonder why it has been so long since the last time I visited. I am talking about the Constitutional Court, on the hill abutting Parktown, Braamfontein and Hillbrow. Nelson Mandela said we accord someone dignity by assuming that they are good. The …