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Sentencing juveniles according to the Child Justice Act: a critical evaluation of application of the principle that "detention must be a measure of last resort and for the shortest possible period of time" in the case law.
The 1990s gave momentum to the Child Justice Movement motivated by the need for a separate criminal justice system to deal with juvenile delinquency. The movement’s focus was on law reform, child detention, and restorative ...
Gender Dysphoria Syndrome: medical aspects and legal consequences.
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Informal settlements, legislation and planning in South Africa.
Informal settlements in urban areas In South Africa are a result of urbanisation and the inability of past legislation to adequately accommodate informal settlements. The unwillingness of past governments to accept and ...
An analysis of the international regulation of hazardous waste from a South African perspective.
This dissertation briefly explains the effects of continuing the hazardous waste trade, followed by a discussion of Thor Chemicals as a local example of this trade and its effects, before going on to discuss the ...
The COMESA-SADC-EAC free trade area: Rules of origin – an impediment to regional trade and economic integration.
The Tripartite Free Trade Area is a regional economic integration initiative that brings together 26 African countries belonging to the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the Southern African Development ...
The board of directors as a governance mechanism in South Africa: an agency theory perspective.
The changed legislative landscape of the 2008 Companies Act required a rebalancing of the agency relationship between the board of directors and shareholders given the more onerous statutory oversight and accountabilit ...
A critical evaluation of the efficacy-validity criterion of Kelsen's Theory of Revolutions with especial regard to selected case-studies.
The efficacy-validity criterion of Kelsen·s theory of revolutions can be impugned in both its theoretical and practical dimensions. The philosophical foundation of this criterion is contained in the Is-Ought dichotomy ...
Foresight of the causal sequence as a requirement of dolus eventualis in consequence crimes :
Dolus eventualis is an important aspect of South African criminal which has undergone certain modifications. One of these modifications was formulated in 1989 in the case of S v Goosen. Before the decision of Goosen, the ...