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An evaluation of the legal framework governing noise control in South Africa.
Rapid industrialisation in countries around the world has resulted in an increase in various types of pollution. Noise pollution is one example of such pollution. Like other types of pollution, for example water and air ...
The employee's right to privacy versus the employer's right to monitor electronic transmissions from the workplace.
Privacy is important because it represents human dignity or the preservation of the ‘inner sanctum’. Due to technological developments the operational concerns of employers are continuously threatened or challenged by the ...
The sustainability of the Rotterdam Rules in modern multimodal transport : the possibility of harmony for liability under multimodal carriage contracts.
With the advent of containerisation in the 1960s, there was a significant need to alter the traditional legal approach to the long-distance haulage of goods. The use of containers made it possible for goods to be transported ...
Critically evaluating the machinery of the Domestic Violence Act 116 of 1998 for combating domestic violence in South Africa.
There is an international law duty on South Africa in terms of the Convention on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (CEDAW) and the Convention on the Elimination of Violence Against Woman (CEVAW). Section 12 (1) (c) ...
The judicial defense for affirmative action measures : a critique of the rationality standard of judicial review.
The South African Constitution states that in order to promote the achievement of equality, legislative and other measures designed to protect those disadvantaged by unfair discrimination may be taken. One of these measures ...
Advance directives and euthenasia in frail care and the terminally ill.
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A critical analysis of the implementation of the Maintenance Act 99 of 1998 : difficulties experienced by the unrepresented public in the Maintenance Court as a result of the poor implementation of the Act.
Maintenance law in South Africa is based on the existence of the common law concept of the duty of support between dependant parties. As a result of this duty of support, parents are obliged to support their children whilst ...