New Beginning: Meet the new Director of the Centre for Constitutional Rights

The FW de Klerk Foundation announced the appointment of Phephelaphi Dube as the Director of the Centre for Constitutional Rights (CFCR).

Dube will be occupying the position previously held by Adv Johan Kruger with effect from 1 May 2016.

In our weekly New Beginning slot, Africa Melane spoke to Phephelaphi Dube to hear about her new journey as the Director of the Centre for Constitutional Rights.

Speaking to Africa Melane, Dube says she is excited about her appointment and looking forward to putting a stamp on her new position.

She went on to explain the daily operations of the centre, what her new position entails and constitutional matters.

Listen to the full conversation below:


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