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The independence of South African judges: a constitutional and legislative perspective
Judicial independence is fundamental to democracy. It is in that context that this paper considers whether the existing constitutional and legislative mechanisms provide sufficient judicial independence to South African ...
Judicial "translation" and contextualisation of values: rethinking the development of customary law in Mayelane
The relevance of Mayelane v Ngwenyama (2013 4 SA 415 (CC)) has not been exhausted. Particularly the constitutional mandate undertaken by the Constitutional Court to "develop" customary law deserves closer scrutiny. In ...
Public-private partnerships in local disaster management: a panacea to all local disaster management ILLS?
It is anticipated that the occurrence and intensity of disasters will increase globally and in South Africa where typical disasters include droughts, floods, extreme hailstorms, gales, fires and earthquakes, as well as ...