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    • Aligning the constitutional rights of citizens with cybersecurity measures in South Africa 

      Molwantwa, David Mokgethi (North-West University (South Africa), 2019)
      The growth of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the internet (referred to as cyberspace) have enabled the world to be more connected than ever before. Moreover, the increased number of people accessing ...
    • A brief overview of the Civil Union Act 

      Ntlama, Nomthandazo (North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus), Faculty of Law, 2010)
      The adoption of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 (the Constitution) has provided a sound framework for the elimination of discrimination and prejudice against all members of our society. The Constitution ...
    • The constitutional impact of strategic litigation in South Africa 

      Klaasen, Abraham (North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      The broad focus of the thesis is an analysis of the constitutional limits to strategic litigation involving the state. The first chapter outlines the background of the study and defines the concept of strategic litigation. ...
    • The core meaning of human dignity 

      Steinmann, Rinie (2016)
      The concept of human dignity is relatively new in international and domestic constitutional law. Dignity is protected as a value or a right, or both, in international law and many domestic jurisdictions. It is difficult ...
    • The detention of sentenced juveniles 

      Nel, Schalk (North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      This study examines the various factors that the courts need to take into consideration before placing a sentenced juvenile. These factors will be discussed within the scope of the Constitution and other legislation in the ...
    • The implications of ukuthwala on South Africa's regional and international law obligations 

      Gaanakgomo, Letlhogonolo Brenda (North-West University (South Africa), 2019)
      This study examined the South African legislative frameworks directly or indirectly dealing with the practice of ukuthwala. The focus was on cases of ukuthwala involving children under the age of 18 years and not on women ...
    • A juridical foundation for accountability to enhance the security of the Higher Education lecturer in South Africa 

      Bothma, Franciska (2015)
      The widening of access to Higher Education (HE) with a concomitant call for more accountability in the HE sector locally and globally, has altered the former elitist status of the university and impacted the professional ...
    • The legal significance of human dignity 

      Steinmann, Anna Catherina (North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      The meaning of human dignity has been elusive since its recognition by the Stoics in 128 B.C. as an attribute that distinguishes man from the rest of nature because of his ability to reason and to decide over his own fate. ...
    • Public participation and water use rights 

      King, Phillipa; Reddell, Christine (2015)
      The conservation and protection of water resources is paramount in the safeguarding of environmental rights and the attainment of sustainable development in South Africa. Although the National Water Act 36 of 1998 (the ...
    • Quality education and professionalism in South African public education : an education law perspective 

      Liwane, Ntombentsha (North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2017)
      The search for quality education has been a major focus of the post-apartheid South Africa, and also a major part of the robust academic, school governance, public and political debates in South Africa for the past two ...