Traditional dispute resolution is justice

Indígena Tribal2016 | Octubre 7
Traditional or indigenous forms of dispute resolution in Africa predate the advent of colonialism. Communities resolved conflicts amicably through informal negotiations and mediation, and parties were reconciled by elders.

Access to justice is a fundamental right that the State is obliged to promote by eliminating technical impediments.

The Judiciary is required to adhere to the principles outlined in Article 159 (2) (c) of the Constitution, which include the promotion of alternative forms of dispute resolution.

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