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    • A contextual analysis of the hate speech provisions of the equality act 

      Marais, M E; Pretorius, J L (2015)
      The article presents a detailed contextual analysis of the categorical prohibition of hate speech in terms of section 10(1) of the Equality Act. It is argued that this provision is not primarily intended to describe and ...
    • Cyberbullying: should schools choose between safety and privacy? 

      Laubscher, Michael; Van Vollenhoven, Willie J (2015)
      In this theoretical article, we explore the tangled messiness of the application of human rights versus the 21st-century monster called "cyberbullying" in schools and focus on some of the challenges schools face daily. The ...
    • The right to freedom of expression: the mother of our democracy 

      Van Vollenhoven, Willem Johannes (2015)
      This paper explores student-teachers' understanding of the right to freedom of expression in education. Analyses of case law and legal principles affirm that the right to freedom of expression is an essential prerequisite ...
    • Stop the press: why censorship has made headline news (again) 

      Mills, L (2006)
      The recent publication of proposed amendments to the Films and Publications Act 65 of 1996 drew some sharp criticism from the media. Some organisations described these amendments as, inter alia, unconstitutional, outrageous ...