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The regulation of acid mine drainage in South Africa: law and governance perspectives
Acid mine drainage (AMD) is arguably one of the most serious environmental concerns in South Africa. AMD is a legacy left behind by abandoned, derelict and defunct mines, and is a continuing by-product of existing mining ...
"Public purpose or public interest" and third party transfers
In this article the difference between public purpose and public interest in section 25(2) of the 1996 Constitution is considered. It is generally accepted that public purpose is a narrower category than public interest ...
The legislative authority of the local sphere of government to conserve and protect the environment : a critical analysis of Le Sueur v eThekwini Municipality  ZAKZPHC 6 (30 January 2013)
Legislative authority in South Africa is divided among the national, provincial and local spheres of government. Section 43 of the Constitution provides in this respect that the legislative authority of the national sphere ...
The constitutional influence on organ transplants with specific reference to organ procurement
This article assesses the influence of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 on the law pertaining to organ transplants with specific reference to methods of organ procurement. These methods include a ...