Our Fundamental and Socio-economic Rights
They are provided in Part III and Part IV of the Constitution and may be broadly defined as;
- economic freedom,
- equal status and opportunity, and
The government of the land must create means and avenues (opportunities) to fulfil these requirements for “Self Determination” and “Self Empowerment” of the people to earn their living in a “natural and dignified way”. Such that they are not dependent on reliefs and hand-outs.