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An analytical study of the regulation of South African diamond trade from 1994 to 2009 with reference to aspects of the 1996 Constitution.
This study forms a unique study of South African diamond laws as developed in the context of the South African constitutional dispensation. This study is therefore a contribution to legal research and academia which forms ...
An overview of the legal instruments to conserve biodiversity in South Africa with particular reference to the establishment and expansion of protected areas
In this investigation, a review is undertaken of the newly promulgated and existent legislation pertaining to the conservation of biodiversity, and the establishment of protected areas as the primary means to protect ...
The associated ship and South African admiralty jurisdiction.
The associated ship and the jurisdiction to arrest such a ship created in terms of the Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act 105 of 1983 is a unique legal institution in the world of maritime law and jurisdiction. The ...
Whistleblowing : the other side of the coin
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The en commandite partnership as a tax structuring tool.
The aim of this technical report is to provide a detailed and critical review of the suitability of the en commandite partnership for tax structuring both generally and specifically. The report takes cognisance of the ...
The electronic monitoring of employees in the workplace.
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An examination of the availability and accessibility of health care services in the rural area of Shongweni.
The study examines the availability and accessibility of health care services in rural areas in relation to the right to health. The area that has been selected for the purpose of this study is the Shongweni area in the ...
An analysis of the South African tax incentive for research and development and an international comparison.
The promotion of science & technology and the creation of an enabling environment for countries innovation systems has been a growing worldwide trend in developed countries, with 21 out of 30 member countries of the ...
The promotion and protection of public health in South Africa through environmental legislation with specific reference to air pollution.
The Constitution of South Africa I, (the Constitution) envisages in the Bill of Rights that: Everyone has the right -(a) to an environment that is not harmful to their health or well-being; and (b) to have the environment ...