An action to enforce fundamental rights may also be brought by anyone acting as a member of, or in the interest of a group or class of persons, anyone acting in the interest of the public.
Continued From the previous post.
2. Right to be Presumed Innocent
Section 36(5) of the 1999 Constitution provides clearly that an accused person is at all times presumed innocent until he is proven guilty. This means that there is no duty on the accused or defendant to prove his innocence as the law already presumes him to be guiltless unless and until he is proven otherwise. The prosecution therefore has a duty of proving the guilt of the accused or defendant beyond reasonable doubt.