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The rise in female labour force participation in South Africa : an analysis of household survey data , 1995-2001.
In the 1990s nationally representative and detailed household survey data became available for the first time in South Africa, opening up opportunities to examine some of the key movements in the labour market especially. ...
Access to antiretrovirals : are there any solutions?
In South Africa 1 000 people die of AIDS everyday and 100 000 more people require ARVs every year. There is therefore an urgent need to provide access to ARVs andother essential medicines. The South African Constitution ...
Intellectual property rights and plant variety protection in South Africa : an international perspective.
This work will investigate the implementation of plant variety protection obligations that African states, and in particular South Africa, have to undertake under the various relevant international agreements, especially ...
The international criminal court : is it a deterrent to international crimes?
The International Criminal Court (hereinafter ICC) is a new permanent international judicial tribunal which plays an important role in combating international crimes and dispensing justice. It was established in 1998 by ...
Discipline and disciplinary measures used at selected secondary schools.
The purpose of this study was to explore various aspects of discipline in secondary schools inter alia the views of educators to changes regarding the behaviour of learners today as compared to the past, the banning of ...
Human cloning : separating science from fiction : the ethics and legality of human cloning.
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The influence of English poaching laws on South African poaching laws.
This dissertation examines the laws relating to poaching in South Africa - where these laws originated, how they were influenced by the long history of laws against poaching in England, and how they were shaped by factors ...
The impact and the effect, of the management and control of judges by the executive on the independence of the judiciary.
The independence of the judiciary is not only crucial for the legal community, but for all South Africans, including the business community. It is important for local and foreign investment to have confidence that the ...
Can minors claim a right to die? : an analysis within the South African context.
No abstract available.