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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 ...
A comparative analysis of the Bophuthatswana bill of rights from an international law perspective.
It is difficult to define "human rights". Is it a political or a legal concept? Notwithstanding this difficulty which is primarily academic, Bophuthatswana has been able to entrench and enforce a justiciable Bill of Rights ...
An Evaluation of the Judge Presidency of John Dove Wilson of Natal (1910-1930)
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Equality before the law and access to justice in criminal proceedings under a bill of rights.
This work seeks to critically examine the right to legal representation in the South African criminal justice system under a future constitutional dispensation. Extensive attention has been given to how the right to ...
E-Mail privacy : does the government have the right to intercept and or monitor private e-mail communications?
Section 14 of the Constitution provides for the right to privacy, which includes the right not to have the privacy of communications infringed. The right is also protected at common law - a breach of a person's privacy ...
Food legislation in third world countries : a case study of Zambia.
Advances in the food industry have made food consumption increasingly complex. Varieties of foodstuffs that are available to consumers each day are on the increase. It is therefore essential that legislation in place ...
The undefended accused on trial : justice in the lower courts.
Due to the party-orientation and professional nature of the adversary mode of criminal procedure, the principles of a fair trial are best observed where the accused is represented by a lawyer. Given the advantages to be ...
The rights of prisoners under the South African constitution : compatibility with international norms and standards.
Prisoners' rights are human rights first. Any investigation of such rights has to have regard to that fact. In order to clearly understand the context within which prisoners' rights are provided for and protected or ...