South African legal culture is characterised by formalist error. The transformative
project calls for different intellectual tools and approaches to argumentation in law.
The spatial turn, in law and the broader humanities, ...
De Villiers, Isolde(OpenJournals Publishing, 2016-11-14)
This contribution takes as its point of departure the spatial turn in law and the notion of spatial
justice. It traces the term ‘spatial justice’ as introduced through the Spatial Planning and Land
Use Management Act and ...
The Hattingh v Juta case raised the question of the right to family life in the context of Extension of
Security of Tenure Act 62 of 1997 (“ESTA”). This contribution considers the judgments that decided
this case from a ...
De Villiers, Isolde(Pretoria University Law Press, 2014)
Tshwane 2055 en die (On)moontlikheid van Ruimtelike Geregtigheid
Die Tshwane 2055 beleidsdokument bevat verskeie verwysings na
ruimtelike geregtigheid. Deur te steun op die werk van Henri Lefebvre en
Doreen Massey verskaf ...
De Villiers, Isolde; Kesselring, Rita(Swiss Anthropological Society, 2014)
The women’s march in 1956 to the Union Buildings in Pretoria
ended with thirty minutes of complete silence, as part of the
protest against the extension of the Apartheid pass laws to
women. Lilian Ngoyi initiated this ...