Question 3: Under section 84(2)(j) of the Constitution of the Republic of ________, 1996
(Act 108 of 1996), the President of the Republic of South Africa is
responsible for pardoning or reprieving offenders.
Question 4: Some believe accepting such a pardon implicitly
constitutes an admission of guilt, so in some cases the offer is
refused (cases of wrongful conviction are nowadays more often dealt
with by ________ than by
Question 9: During
the ________ controversy, then Home Secretary Douglas Hurd stressed that he could only
make the decision for a pardon if he was "convinced of innocence",
which at the time he was not.