In the summer of 2019, the UN International Law Commission adopted a set of Draft Conclusions on Peremptory Norms of General International Law (jus cogens) on first reading. The Draft Conclusions cover various aspects ...
Letsoalo, Mankhuwe Caroline; Pero, Zenia(University of Pretoria, 2020-11)
The (most recent) call for curriculum decolonisation came at the height
of student protests such as #feesmustfall and #afrikaansmustfall. In the
University of Pretoria’s Curriculum Transformation Framework document, the ...
Laurens, Johannes B.; Carstens, Pieter Albert, 1960-(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2020-10)
The legalisation of cannabis by the High Court of South Africa, which was confirmed by the Constitutional Court, imposes challenges to
occupational medical practitioners acting as medical review officers in compliance ...
Baboolal-Frank, Rashri(Oxford University Press, 2020-12)
This article aims to explore alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, which are relevant to sectional titles schemes disputes. The alternative dispute resolution mechanisms will be discussed as an innovative trend to ...
Lasseko-Phooko, Matilda; Mahomed, Safia(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2021)
South Africa lags behind with regard to an effective
framework supporting substantive equality in the legal profession. The
structure of the legal profession and the number of women represented
in the legal profession ...
Igbayiloye, Oluwatosin Busayo; Bradlow, Daniel David(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2021)
The priorities of African governments regarding the
extractive industry tend to focus on economic interests leading them
to provide a conducive environment for investments by private entities.
Furthermore, reforms in ...
Jooste, Yvonne(University of the Free State, 2021-07)
The era of ‘surveillance capitalism’ as a new logic of
accumulation that claims human experience as free
raw material necessitates an understanding of how
corporate-controlled digital communication technologies govern ...
That international organizations have always played a pivotal role in the development and advancement of data privacy norms is now beyond doubt. With regard to advancing compliance specifically, the role of international ...
Bekink, Bernard(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2020)
“There’s a President who’s sure all that glitters is gold
and he’s building a homestead at Nkandla.
When he gets there, he knows, even if the tuck shop is closed
with a word he could get what he came for.
Ooh, ooh, and ...
Universal Health Coverage (UHC) forces governments to consider not only how services will be
provided – but which services – and to whom, when, where, how and at what cost. This paper considers the
implications for ...
Van Eck, B.P.S. (Stefan); Boraine, A. (Andre), 1957-(LitNet, 2020-09)
Quo vadis business rescue?
The South African Airways (SAA) has been in business rescue since December 2019. During
the rescue process, the business rescue practitioners gave SAA employees a section 189(3)
notice to ...
Nuclear deterrence is not illegal under international law but is being delegitimised, in part as a result of the adoption of the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. The Treaty prohibits not only ...
Rugoho, Tafadzwa; Wright, Pamela; Stein, Michael Ashley; Broerse, Jacqueline E.W.(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2020)
Over 120 million youth with disabilities around the world face challenges related to
sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, such as unwanted pregnancy,
sexually transmitted infections, and forced abortions and ...
Maithufi, M.; Maimela, Charles(Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Faculty of Law, 2020)
African customary law is a legal system that is recognised in South Africa and forms part of the law of the indigenous people of South Africa. Due to colonialism and apartheid, this legal system was rejected and underdeveloped ...
Kekana, Nelson Doctor(University of Pretoria, 2020)
With the developments happening globally that are aimed at curbing base erosion and profit shifting by multinationals, improving the resolution of transfer pricing disputes has been identified as one of the key issues. ...
Wanki, Justin Ngambu; Mundela, Grace Bilonda; Hansungule, Michelo(Faculty of Law, Nelson Mandela University, 2020)
This article discusses implementation challenges of the principle of complementarity;
challenges in prosecuting sitting African Heads of state and nefarious warlords. The
article highlights the disparity existing in ...
Boraine, A. (Andre), 1957-(Faculty of Law, Nelson Mandela University, 2020)
Although some legal systems provide some protection for a debtor’s homestead or
family home when his or her estate is insolvent, such direct protective measures are
absent in South African insolvency law. Such protection ...