In the fight, as prosecuting authorities abdicate their responsibilities, our court system has become the only effective enforcer of the Constitution. It recently threw out the costly nuclear deal and protected the poor in the debacle around the South African Social Security Agency and CPS. It is demanding an explanation from President Jacob Zuma for the reshuffle at the national Treasury that led to our junk-status credit rating and recession. It may in September even hold him to account on 783 corruption charges. Most importantly, it has given our parliamentarians the moral courage to do the right thing and recapture the South African Broadcasting Corporation and, now, Eskom.