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    • Besinning oor staat en samelewing 

      Strauss, Danie (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2017)
      In classical antiquity and during the medieval era political life was organized in kingdoms or empires in which the ruler (monarch or emperor) was not yet appreciated as occupying a public-legal office. But throughout the ...
    • Religion in education in South Africa: was social justice served? 

      Van der Walt, Johannes Lodewicus (Educational Association of South Africa (EASA), 2011)
      The promulgation of South African policy regarding the place of religion in public education was delayed until 2003, after a lively debate. The National Policy on Religion in Education effectively banned confessional, ...
    • Rethinking the language of constitutional comparison 

      Venter, Francois (Taylor & Francis, 2017)
      While constitutional comparatists may be talking the same language while saying (or thinking) different things, the significance of constitutional communication and more importantly of comparative endeavours may suffer ...