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The right to a fair trial; an analysis of s342 (a), s168 of the Criminal Procedure Act and a permanent stay of prosecution.
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Defences available to battered women who kill their abusers : a comparative analysis.
Private defence is the civilized remnant of the ancient system of private vengeance as redress for wrong done. The Romans, in permitting self-help formulated the principle moderatio inculpatae (moderation in self-defence) ...
Cultural defences in an open and democratic South Africa with specific reference to the custom of ukuthwala and belief in Witchcraft.
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa guarantees the right to culture for all its citizens and guarantees non-discrimination on account of religion, conscience, belief and culture. Culture shapes our identity; ...
A re-orientated approach towards understanding white collar crime and its impact on South Africa as a developing country.
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Whistleblowing : the other side of the coin
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The application of the right to equality for women under international law in Southern African courts : a survey of five countries.
A significant proportion of the world's population are routinely subjected to abuse, torture, humiliation, starvation and mutilation simply because they are female, more so in Africa where women's rights are still often ...
An examination of the progression towards no-fault motor vehicle insurance, with particular reference to the Republic of South Africa.
At present in South Africa, personal compensation in relation to motor vehicle accidents is firmly based on the delictual principle of 'fault'. This gives rise to a number of questions: Is this the system best suited to ...
Will a restorative justice approach to sentencing improve the efficacy and functioning of the criminal justice system?
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A comparative study pertaining to the laws of Germany and America in respect of the test for dolus eventualis with a specific focus on the crimes of murder and culpable homicide.
Dolus eventualis has correctly been described as an ‘enigma’. Not only has it been variously described by the courts, but they have applied the two-stage test, the cognitive and conative component, without providing an ...