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Human rights commission et al: what is the role of South Africa's chapter 9 institutions?
The six independent institutions established under Chapter 9 of the South African Constitution have been heavily criticised recently. One of the reasons that they are vulnerable to criticism is a lack of understanding ...
Grounds for dispensing with public tender procedures in government contracting
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa1 provides that organs of state must comply with five principles when procuring goods or services: procurement procedures must be fair, equitable, transparent, competitive ...
Between economic and legal analysis of incorporated things: a critical "no" to Aedilitian remedies
This article analyses the dictum of the Phame v Paizes 1973 3 397 (A) within economic and legal principles to determine whether incorporeal things could possess characteristics of value or quality characteristics as in ...
The role played by the South African human rights commission's economic and social rights reports in good governance in South Africa
The preamble of the Constitution of South Africa, 1996 (the Constitution) contains the commitment to, amongst other things, establish a society based on democratic values, social justice and fundamental human rights, lay ...
Deference and diffèrance: judicial review and the perfect gift
The highest courts in both Canada and South Africa have expressed themselves in favour of an approach of deference as respect in the review of administrative action. The notion of deference as respect derives from ...
Developing countries and copyright in the information age - the functional equivalent implementation of the WCT
Digital technology has had a profound impact on copyright law. The implementation of the WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT) and the enforcement of technological protection measures have led to disparate forms of copyright protection ...