The COVID-19 pandemic created a situation for the implementation of emergency
remote learning. This meant that as a lecturer at a traditionalist University of contact
sessions, the pandemic forced us to teach remotely ...
Magashula, Kutlwano Pearl(Taylor and Francis Group, 2021)
Botswana has seen a steady rise in progressive decisions on the rights of LGBTI
persons. Most markedly, in a unanimous decision poised to set the pace for
juridical recognition of LGBTI rights in Africa, the Botswana ...
This contribution describes the work of the UN International Law Commission (ILC) during its seventy-first and seventy-second sessions. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the work of the Commission over the last three ...
Baird, Sophy B.(Academy of Science of South Africa, 2021-09)
Children are afforded a number of different protections when
they encounter the criminal justice system. The need for special
protection stems from the vulnerable position they occupy in
society. When children form part ...
Chitimira, Howard; Ncube, Princess(Academy of Science of South Africa, 2021-06)
Artificial intelligence (AI) and fifth generation network technology
(5G) are now being utilised by some companies and financial
institutions such as banks to enhance their competitiveness and
expand their businesses. ...
Ndlela, Tokyo; Murcott, Melanie(Academy of Science of South Africa, 2021-03)
Meat production is a human activity driven by meat
consumption, a human behaviour normalised in today's society.
Human activity stems from particular psychological patterns
(manifesting as human behaviour). It is argued ...
Holism, i.e. the unity of theoretical and applied reality across disciplinary demarcations, is the main leitmotiv here. The scholarly disciplines of political science, law, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and history ...
Arowosegbe, Jacob O.(Cambridge University Press, 2022-03)
This article revisits the legitimacy question as it touches the Nigerian 1999 Constitution, bringing to the discourse a review and application of pertinent theoretical perspectives on constitution making and constitutional ...
The concept of a Grotian moment remains rather obscure in international law. On the one hand, it can refer simply to an empirical fact which galvanises the ordinary law-making processes, whether treaty-making or State ...
Malan, Jacobus J. (Koos)(Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2022-03)
The notion of subjective individual human rights is presently occupying a dominant position
in legal thinking and practice. Hence, people’s position within the legal order is almost
exclusively conceptualised in terms ...
Miamingi, Remember Philip Daniel(University of Pretoria, 2014)
The thesis argues that there is a common core conception of childhood in traditional African communities and that this understanding of childhood is different from the image of childhood in the Convention on the Rights of ...
Mateus, Simon(Pretoria University Law Press, 2021)
The territorial scope of the application of human rights treaties has been a
core discussion when dealing with the enforcement of human rights
obligations imposed by human rights treaties on State Parties. In particular,
Morudu, Ntebo L.; Maimela, Charles(Pretoria University Law Press, 2021)
The article examines the possibility of creating an indigenous legal
pluralism within the South African context. Due to the historical and
current marginalisation of customary law, can customary law be
developed, reformed ...
Brink, G.F. (Gustav Francois)(Pretoria University Law Press, 2021)
In “‘Dumping’ and the Competition Act of South Africa”, Vinti espouses
that the Competition Commission has jurisdiction over the actions of
extra-territorial parties insofar as such actions involve “prohibited ...
Magaya, Isabel E.K.; Fambasayi, Rongedzayi(Pretoria University Law Press, 2021)
This contribution provides an overview of children’s rights adjudication in
Zimbabwe with a specific focus on emerging jurisprudence under the 2013
Constitution. After a summary of Zimbabwe’s performance in
Munyai, Phumudzo S.(Faculty of Law, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, 2021)
This article considers the suitability of the remedy of divestiture in non-merger cases,
particularly in markets where high concentration levels may embolden incumbents to
engage in abusive conduct. The article observes ...
Abdalla, Amir Kamaleldin Ahmed(University of Pretoria, 2014-11)
This thesis investigates the compatibility of a crucial aspect of Sudanese criminal justice, namely, the compatibility of the right to a fair trial with two main sources of this right: international human rights law and ...
Fombad, Charles Manga(Brill Academic Publishers, 2022)
Most recent accounts paint a bleak and gloomy picture of the state of global democracy. This is particularly so in Africa where the optimism of a democratic revival in the 1990s is rapidly giving way to narratives of doom ...
Tallarico, Renata; Ozah, Karabo; Orievulu, Kingsley S.(Women's Health and Action Research Centre, 2021-04)
The article assesses the legal and policy frameworks that have an impact on adolescents’ sexual and reproductive health rights (ASRHR) in East and Southern Africa (ESA), confirming the interconnectedness of the ages of ...
Murungi, Nkatha(Pretoria University Law Press, 2021-06)
This special focus on the rights of children under the African Charter
on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (African Children’s Charter) is
the second instalment of dedicated articles to mark 30 years since
the adoption ...