The 68th session of the International Law Commission (the
Commission), held in 2016, was a significant one for the Commission.
First, on a more substantive level, the Commission adopted a final text on
a major topic, namely the protection of persons in the event of disasters
on the second reading and also completed a first reading of yet two other
topics, namely the identification of customary international law as well as
subsequent agreements and practice in relation to treaty interpretation.1
Secondly, at an institutional level, 2016 marked the final year of the
quinquennium — the term of the 34-member Commission expired at the
end of 2016.2 On 3 November 2016, the General Assembly elected new
members for the term beginning 1 January 2017.
Marais, Marinda(Southern African Institute of Government Auditors, 2015)
Internal auditors in the local government sector in South Africa must adhere to the Institute of Internal Auditors’
Standards and Ethical Code, both of which regard objectivity to be one of the core principles of internal ...
N'dri, Maurice Kouadio(University of Pretoria, 2006)
"The establishment of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Rome in 1998 is a milestone for humanity and a watershed in the life of victims of ongoing violations or wars. The Preamble to the Rome Statute of the ICC ...
Coetzee, Stephen(South African Institute of Chartered Accountants, 2006-07)
The SAICA recently issued a draft circular on the treatment of settlement discount in accordance with International Accounting Standards. South Africa, in general, has been incorrectly accounting for settlement discount. ...