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Sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) tax in South Africa: an analysis of the tax design.
Sugar-Sweetened Beverage (SSB) tax has stirred considerable debate both locally and internationally in the recent years and this dissertation explores some of these issues. The tax was announced in South Africa by former ...
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 ...
An analysis of five of the provisions of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) that are most at risk of divergent interpretation by tribunals within diverse nations and a brief overview of the implications of South Africa's choice not to ratify the convention.
This study provides a critical analysis of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) in light of five aspects of the Convention, namely provisions dealing with usage of trade, ...
Consensual sexual offences - should we make our youth sexual offenders? : a critical review on the Teddy Bear case.
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The board of directors as 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 accountability ...
Electronic health records : what measures health professionals can take to protect patient data?
Electronic health records use in South Africa is limited. Globally, increased efforts are being made to digitalise medical records into one interoperable system.. Due to the nature of the transmission and storage of such ...
The clinical and human rights challenges pertaining to HIV/AIDS and TB co-infection in South Africa.
Prior to 1990, HIV/AIDS and TB co infection was not a major public health threat in South Africa (SA). The serious ignorance and negligence on the part of then SA government with regard to HIV/AIDS led to the increase of ...
A legal analysis of trade in personal information regarding human gamete donors.
The aim of this dissertation is to legally analyse whether personal information concerning gamete donors can be traded in South Africa, particularly by South African gamete banks and agencies. As business enterprises, ...
Moral rights conferred onto foetus to protect the notion of potential life. Is there need to amend and develop legislation in South Africa to accord legal protection to a viable foetus?
The aim of this dissertation is to assess the legal status of the foetus within the legislative parameters of South Africa. I will look at the fundamental reproductive rights of a women as envisaged in the Constitution of ...